Sweetheart Blueberry Jumbo (northern-southern high bush): Zone approx 4-9 early season 1 gal. Size

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Sweetheart (northern-southern high bush): is a new USDA release- Super Blueberry bush- Two crops: late Spring and Fall. The bushes yield 25% more than Duke or approx 15lbs, per bush, per year. Early ripening, superior flavor, very good firmness and excellent productivity with large fruits, 1.6g (the grandfather of the plant is the Patriot berry). This plant represents a decade of research from the US Department of Agriculture  Research, Education, and Economics Agricultural Research Service. This new Blueberry is a cross between Northern and Southern high bushes although hardiness zone is still questionable. DELICIOUS. Approx Zones 4-9.  Size: 1 gal. 3+ years old. Tissue-cultured blueberry bushes available NOW. 1 gal. Size.

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  • 5
    Blueberry plants

    Posted by Becky Murphy on 15th Apr 2021

    Recently, I was expanding the number of berry plants in my berry garden. I ordered probably 20 strawberry plants, blueberry plants, and blackberry plants in different varieties. Having never dealt with Berriesunlimited before, I wasn't sure what to expect. I was amazed at the quality and size of the plants. They looked very healthy and were packed very well. I was very impressed and will for sure buy again.

  • 5

    Posted by Tracy Mowery on 1st Jun 2019

    These were the best plants I've ever bought either online or at the nurseries. absolutely no damage, very healthy, very large plants with some flowers and now berries already on them. Definitely, recommend this company. I bought some Legacy at the same time so you will see a copy of this review for them as well.

  • 5
    Best blueberry I ever tasted

    Posted by Patrick Pittman on 27th Dec 2018

    This is the best tasting blueberry ever. I bought about 5 varieties from BerriesUnlimited. The Sweetheart tastes just like a blueberry should. This is the real deal. The berries are large, firm, and an early ripening berry. Here in my zone 8, they begin to ripen around late May. The only negative I could say is that I have yet to see a fall crop like the product claims. I have seen a few flowers in the fall, but never any berries.