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Blueberry Perpetua Vaccinium
Blueberry Vaccinium Perpetua

Distinguished by its ability to flower on new growth, its attractive combination of dark green and glossy leaves, along with flowers and edible fruit in late summer and fall, and its vigorous, vase-shaped, compact plant habit. You will get one crop of fruit mid-summer and also ripe fruit in fall. Leaves turn to deep reds and greens in the winter. The new canes are bright yellow and red in winter. Berries are smallish in size and are mild and sweet.

Uses: fruit, spring - fall flowering
Prefers average soil
Height: 24" - 30" tall
Plant 24" apart
Habit: rounded
Growability: easy


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