Blueberries, Southern Highbush

Southern Highbush blueberries are low-chill* varieties, perfect for growing in hot climates like California, the Sunbelt, and the Southeast region. Southern Highbush Blueberries are specifically hybridized for superior fruit, soil adaptability, heat tolerance and low winter chilling*. This makes them particularly suitable for coastal areas of California as well as the inland valleys, though they also grow well in the Pacific Northwest. Most Southern Highbush are self-pollinizing, but the berries will be larger if two varieties are planted together.

*”Chilling” is a measure of accumulated hours of temperatures below 45°F in the dormant season. The chilling hours required are listed for each variety.

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