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Becky Blue Blueberry

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About Becky Blue Blueberry

The Becky Blueberry bush is a variety of Rabbiteye blueberry which will grow to be 6-8ft. These bushes will have white and pink blooms in early spring. Becky Blueberry bushes grow best in soil that is acidic, and rich with organic matter. Fruit will ripen mid-spring to early summer. Use a slow-release acidic fertilizer on your blueberry plants.

Blueberries have become a very popular landscape edible because they are easy to grow, high in antioxidants, and delicious in muffins, cereal, pancakes, and much more!

*The Becky Blueberry is a deciduous/semi-evergreen plant and will go dormant during the winter months. When this plant is ordered during the Fall/Winter expect seasonal foliage decline(discoloration, spots, leaf drop) or the plant to arrive completely dormant.*

Spacing Your Becki Blueberry

Blueberries need a cross-pollinator for positive results.  Planting two or more varieties 3 to 6+ feet apart is recommended.

***Remember when planting blueberry bushes you have to plant two different types so that the bushes can cross-pollinate.

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Common Name
Becky Blue Blueberry
Scientific Name
Vaccinium ashei ‘Becky Blue’
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Average Size
6-10′ H x 10′ W
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3 reviews for Becky Blue Blueberry

  1. cornerstone2017 (verified owner)

    Blueberry plant dies during the summer. Plantbymail doesn't guarantee it will live.

  2. cornerstone2017 (verified owner)

    This a University of Florida release. It is adapted south of an east/west line from Montgomery, AL to north Florida area (in spite of low chilling requirement) has done well in our fruit gardens) Chill hour requirements 450 hours (45 degree fahrenheit and below). The harvest season is from June 1 to June 30 (at Petals). The plant has mainly upright branching and low number of canes per plant. The fruit is large size, grayish blue and the berries are somewhat firm to slightly soft with outstanding flavor.

  3. CDHC (verified owner)

    WHEN does this one bloom : early, mid season, or late? What varieties bloom at same time/would be a good partner ? Have to look somewhere else for info. ( plant 2 different ones is not helpful )

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