Blueberry, Bluegold


(1 customer review)

The Bluegold blueberry is one of the most delicious and sweetest varieties of blueberries. While it is smaller than many other blueberry shrubs, they produce a bountiful harvest of easy-to-pick berries. This unique blueberry plant has flowers that start blooming in May. After the flowers have bloomed, they fall away and are replaced with light blue blueberries that ripen anywhere between late June and early July. You’ll know that your berries are ready for picking when they turn a light to medium blue color. Bluegolds are prized for the large to medium-sized berries that they produce. They’re known for the large batches of fruit each shrub can produce. They have one of the highest yields for blueberry bushes of their size, and they’re also one of the most dependable blueberry varieties. Like many other varieties of blueberries, the Bluegold Blueberry is self-pollinating. However, cross-pollination with other northern highbush blueberry varieties will produce bigger berries and larger crops per plant.

  • USDA zones 4-7
  • Mature size 48-72 inches W x 48-72 inches H
  • Recommended Spacing – 48 inches
  • Used in containers, and landscapes
  • Full sun to partial shade
  • Deciduous- foliage loss in winter and new growth in spring
  • Blooms white flowers in spring
  • Ships dormant winter through early spring
  • Plants are trimmed at times when shipped to promote plant health
  • Average shipping height – 1g 8-12 inches – 2.25g 14-16 inches
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Tip: Be careful not to plant them too deeply. The root ball should be just below the surface (one-quarter to one-half inch).

  • Dig holes twice as wide and twice as deep as the roots of the plant.
  • Space bushes 3-4 feet apart in a row, with at least 8 feet between rows.
  • Set the bush in the hole with the root ball just below the surface and its roots spread out. Pack the hole tightly with soil.

1 review for Blueberry, Bluegold

  1. Kelly Castleberry

    I wasnt sure if these were going to survive where I live. they didnt have much on them when they arrived but so far are doing fine.

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