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Jubilee Blueberry Bush

$25
+ $2.50 Gift Wrapping
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  • Jubilee was developed in Mississippi, where it has distinguished itself by performing well in heavier soils through summer heat and sudden winter cold.
  • We especially like the upright, compact bush and the easy-picking bountiful crops of sky blue berries presented over the outer periphery of the bush.
  • Jubilee berries are medium sized and especially tasty, growing in large clusters that ripen over a two week period.
  • Fall foliage is yellow orange.
  • Jubilee is recommended throughout the South and in California in areas that receive at least 500 chilling hours.

 

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We can ship our "Other Edibles" (non-citrus plants) and growing accessories to most states, including Texas, Arizona or Florida.

 

Sorry, we do not ship any items to the US Virgin Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico or to API/APO addresses, or to other countries at this time.

 

Due to agricultural restrictions, we cannot send any fruit, foliage or plants in soil to Hawaii. We can ship all other non-tree items to Hawaii, as well as Bare-Rooted Premium citrus trees.

 

In order to insure the highest quality upon arrival, we ship on Mondays and Tuesdays

 

We ship orders to the east coast on Mondays only.


 

Entry Size Bush measures 12"-18" tall.  It arrives in a 4"x4"x9" pot.

Premium Size Bush measures about 18"-30" tall.  It arrives in an 8" pot.


 

 

 


Growing Conditions

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Full Sun

Provide 8 or more hours of direct sunlight per day.

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6'-8’ MATURE BUSH

When planted in the ground, bush will reach 6'-8’ at maturity.

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SELF FERTILE

Jewel Blueberries are self-fruitful but yields will be increased with another blueberry plant nearby.

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Summer/ Fall

Season when fruit typically ripens in California

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Hardy to 5 ºF

Protect when temperatures fall below 5 degrees Fahrenheit. Figs go deciduous in the Winter months.