We offer accurately picked, well rooted, and highest quality blueberry seedlings for the lowest possible prices. Sorts available are: Bluecrop, Bluejay, Bonus, Chandler, Chanticleer, Darrow, Duke, Earliblue, Eliot, Nelson, Patriot, Sierra, and Spartan.
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You can pick the seedlings yourself, or we can offer transportation for you. All our prices are without VAT.
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Chanticleer – the earliest of all varieties.Bushes growing moderately, up to 1,6 m high. The advantage of this variety isthat it blossoms late after the spring frosts.
Use – fruit are perfect for consumption and transportation.
Needs and care – quite high soil needs. The surface should be a bit damp, breathable, fertile, with acid reaction (3,5 – 4 pH). The terrain should be sunny or slightly in shade, protected from the wind. Immunity to cold up to -28.
Ripening – fruit are medium-sized, firm, a bit sour with a pleasant aroma. The earliest variety you can find in Poland, fruit are ripe in the end of June. Prolific variety.
Earliblue – one of the earliest varieties inPoland. Fruit are ripe in the beginning of July. Bushes are strong and growhigh, up to 1,2 – 1,8 m. They create a compact and open crown. High coldimmunity up to -28.
Use – fruit are firm and perfect for transportation. Very good for consumption and freezing.
Needs and care – quite high soil needs. The surface should be a bit damp, breathable, fertile, with acid reaction (3,5 – 4 pH). The terrain should be sunny and protected from the wind. Although this variety has high cold immunity up to -28, because of an early blossoming, the flowers can be destroyed by spring frosts.
Ripening – this is the variety that ripens the soonest of all the varieties in Poland. The first harvest gives you big fruit, the next ones give medium-sized fruit. Fruit are packed in medium and loose bunches, covered with strong wax layer. Prolific variety.
Hannah’s Choice – early ripening blueberryvariety. Bushes are up to 2 m tall. Fruit are big or medium, bigger thanBluegold, firm, very sweet. They have a small, dry stalk scar, and blue skin.Fruit are ripe the same time as Duke or sooner.
Use – perfect for desserts and preserves.
Needs and care – tending the bushes is easy. They need light, carious, damp, breathable acid soils (3,5 – 4,5 pH). They have small needs when it comes to fertilization, so the soil does not have to be very fertile. If the pH reaction shows more acid than it should, it is good to dig the highest soil layer and mix it with acid peat or composted pine bark. Using bark as bedding with the acid fertilizers (like ammonium sulfate), helps to keep a low pH of the surface. Seedlings should be planted on sunny terrain. Immunity to cold up to -37.
Ripening – fruit are big, round, firm, with wax layer, and very sweet in taste. Harvests are generous, ready in July and August. This variety is valued for its long storage time and because it is easy to take care of.
Duke – very prolific and quickly growingvariety, which can grow up to 1,8 m tall. This variety’s fruit are valued fortheir sweet wine taste. It copes with transportation very well. The bushes areimmune to low temperatures up to -28. Medium-early harvest starting around thehalf of July. Fruit size varies.
Use – thanks to its immunity to transportation, the fruit is perfect for preserves. It is also good for direct consumption and freezing.
Needs and care – this variety has quite high soil needs. It should be planted 100-200 cm apart, in an acidic (3,5 – 4,5 pH), fertile, breathable soil. The territory should be covered, shady or sunny. The bushes do not need pollinator, they are self-fertile. This variety is sensitive to too many fertilizers, especially the nitrogenous ones. We recommend preparing a bedding out of coniferous bark or sawdust.
Ripening – this variety gives a rich harvest, with fruit of different size. A fertile variety with 5-8 kg of fruit. Works well with mechanical harvest.
Spartan – considered an early variety, beginsto fruit in the second half of July. It has dense, straight sprouts, growing upto 1,8 m high. The distinguishing feature is its big fruit. It blossoms late,and thanks to that the flowers are not damaged by the May frosts. A fertilevariety (around 6 kg).
Use – perfect for direct consumption, preserves, freezing and transportation.
Needs and care – should be planted in an acidic, light and breathable soil, in a sunny or lightly shaded spot, covered from wind. Needs lightly wet soil. High cold immunity up to -34.
Ripening – very big, firm, dark blue fruit with an intense wax layer. Very tasty, with a wine-sweet taste. Fruit are based on long pedicles, gathered into small, loose clusters.
Patriot – one of the most valuable earlyvarieties. Bushes grow up to 1,2 – 1,8 m tall. High cold immunity up to -35.Bears a lot of fruit, up to 9 kg from a single bush.
Use – perfect for direct consumption and freezing. Thanks to their strong skin, the fruit bear transportation very well.
Needs and care – this variety tolerates more damp and colder spots. You should get the optimal fruiting after planting the seedlings in a very acidic, light and breathable soil, is a sunny or slightly shadowy place, covered from wind. This variety needs a lot of cutting and thinning out the flowers as it blossoms rich. This variety is considered to be immune to Phytophtora cinnamonii.
Ripening – fruit begin to ripe in July, their ripening takes from 3 to 4 weeks. The bushes give big, oval, firm, navy blue fruit with wax layer. They remain on the bush long without falling down. A fruitful variety, which gives up to 9 kg from each bush.
Bluejay – considered to be a medium earlyvariety. Grows strong and is easy to take care of. Bushes grow up to 2 m tall.Fruitful variety, with equal ripening. Its major advantage is that it is goodfor mechanical harvest.
Use – fruit perfect for long keeping in a fresh state. Good for transportation and direct consumption.
Needs and care – should be planted in a very acidic, light, breathable soil, in a sunny and wind-free place. Immune to low temperatures up to -34. This variety needs a good watering, drought can result in reduction of fruit size.
Ripening – firm, highly aromatic fruit, immune to dropping and fracturing. First fruit begin to appear late July. Most of the fruit are ripe in August. This variety is perfect for mechanical harvest.
Toro – a variety made from crossing Earliblueand Ivanho varieties. Medium sized fruit, most of which are ripe in the middleof August. Grows strong, with stiff sprouts, up to 2,1 m.
Use – dessert variety, recommended also for freezing, as an addition to cakes, and for preserves such as jams or marmalades, which taste just as on the day they were made.
Needs and care – should be planted 1,5 – 2,5 m apart. Needs another bush for pollination, so it is recommended to plant it in groups. It needs a light, carious, acidic soil (3,8 – 4,8 pH). It is a good idea to make a bedding out of organic material: acidic peat, pine bark, coniferous sawdust.
Ripening – harvest up to 8 kg from each bush, fruit are very big, slightly oblate, the same size. Berries are blue with a delicate wax layer, sweet, aromatic, very tasty. Fruit are gathered into loose clusters resembling grapes.
Bluecrop – the most commonly planted variety inthe world, can grow up to 2 m high. It is popular thanks to its very richfruiting (4 – 9 kg), immunity to low temperatures (up to -38) and not beingsensitive to draught. Medium early variety with harvests staring late July.
Use – fruit are recommended for direct consumption, as well as preserves. Thanks to its strong skin it is perfect for transportation, even for long distances.
Needs and care – should be planted in a sunny, wind-free place. It needs a breathable, acidic, permeable soil with a lot of humus. It is a variety immune to low temperatures up to -38. Bares a lot of fruit, therefore you need to remember about tying the heavier sprouts. In order not to have tiny berries, you need to carry out intense cuts in the crown of the bush.
Ripening – big, slightly pressed fruit, light blue colored, with intense wax layer. A wine sweet taste, and aromatic greenish pulp. Fruitful variety (4 – 9 kg). Fruit grow on loose clusters, which helps in hand picking.
Bonus – this is a medium late blueberryvariety. Its main feature are big fruit (one of the biggest beside Chandlervariety). Sprouts can grow as high as 1,5 m. Cold immunity up to -34. Bears upto 6 kg of fruit from each bush
Use – perfect for direct consumption and preservation. Also good for transportation, as well as freezing.
Needs and care – this variety’s bushes have high soil demands, the like breathable, light, fertile, acidic (3,5 – 4,0 pH), a little damp soil. This plants requires sunny or slightly shadowy places to grow, covered from the wind. Totally immune to frosts, up to -34.
Ripening – considered to be a very fruitful variety (up to 6 kg from each bush), with round, light blue fruit. It is known for its big fruit, just like the ones Chandler variety has.
Sierra – this is a medium early variety. Itsmain feature is its tall size, up to 2 m, but it also spreads very well. Theleaves are considerably big, changing their color to red in the autumn. Totallyimmune to cold, it can bear temperatures up to -28.
Use – the fruit can be used widely: they are okay for direct consumption, as well as preservation.
Needs and care – this variety has quite high soil demands, it likes breathable, light, fertile, acidic, a little damp soil. The place for planting should be sunny or slightly shadowy, covered from the wind.
Ripening – fruit are big, or very big, flat, aromatic, sweet, covered with light blue coating. Ripening starts by the end of July.
Bluegold – this is a medium late and veryfruitful variety. This one is the easiest to take care of, has the lowestdemands, recommended for amateur cultivation.
Use – perfect for deserts and preserves, ideal for freezing. Fruit can stay a long time in low temperatures.
Needs and care – this plant likes breathable, light, fertile, acidic (3,5 – 4,5 pH), a little damp soil. It requires sunny or slightly shady places, covered from the wind. It is highly recommended to plant it 100-200 cm apart, this variety grows strong and tall.
Ripening – a very fruitful variety with round-shaped light blue fruit. Berries are tasty, big, light blue, smooth, hard and crispy.
Chandler – this variety bears fruit for a longtime (4-6 weeks). Its main feature are the biggest berries from all thevarieties available, growing up to 25-35 mm. Bushes are branchy and grow tallup to 1,5 m. A fruitful variety (6-8 kg).
Use – big berries are perfect for direct consumption or preserves. Due to their softness, berries transportation should be reduced to minimum.
Needs and care – this variety has quite high soil demands. The surface for planting should be a little damp, breathable, fertile, and acidic (3,5-4,0 pH). The terrain should be sunny or slightly shadowy, covered from the wind. This variety is recommended for terrains with moderate winters, the immunity to cold is up to -28.
Ripening – very big fruit (25-35 mm indiameter), firm, sweet, light blue, with a wax layer. The fruit are ripeunequally, their harvest starts in the end of July and lasts until September(4-6 weeks). A fruitful variety (6-8 kg).
Brigitta Blue – this variety grows fast andstrong, bears fruit in August. Extremely valuable thanks to its immunity tolong-term storage. Berries don’t lose their taste even after being frozen.Grows very high, from 1,8 to 2,0 m.
Use – this variety is perfect for different kinds of desserts. Fruit are immune to breaking, perfect for direct consumption, preserves, freezing.
Needs and care – it needs good conditions to grow, most likely a place that is sunny, warm, covered from the wind. It feels best in an acidic, light, breathable, moderately wet soil. Brigitta blueberry is not very immune to low temperatures, only to -24.
Ripening – fruit are big, round, hard, tasty, with a sweet wine taste.
Nelson – a fruitful medium late variety. It hasquite strong and tall bushes (1,3 to 1,6 m). The advantages of this varietyare: good fruit quality, low temperatures immunity (even up to -34), a lateripening season.
Use – fruit are perfect for direct consumption, as well as preserves and freezing. They are good for transportation too.
Needs and care – should be planted in a sunny or half-shaded place. Requires an acidic (3,5-4,0 pH), carious, light soil. Irrigation is very important, especially during drought season. This variety needs a damp soil. For pollination, another bush is needed, so it is recommended to plant them in groups.
Ripening – it has big, aromatic, very tasty fruit. Ripening starts in August and lasts for about 3 weeks. Ripe berries do not fall down and stay on the bushes long. A fruitful variety (circa 6 kg). Hand picking recommended.
Darrow – a late variety with big (over 25 mm indiameter), tasty, sweet-wine berries. Bushes grow strong, up to 1,8 m. Givesmoderate amount of fruit, is immune to transportation.
Use – berries are perfect for direct consumption and preservation. Good for transportation too.
Needs and care – this variety ripens quite long, therefore it needs a sunny, warm and wind-free environment. The surface should be light, breathable, acidic (3,5-4,0 pH), with moderate humidity. Quite immune to low temperatures, up to -28. Sensitive to sprouts mortification.
Ripening – a late variety, fruit ripen from the middle of August until the early September. Berries are tasty, have a sweet-wine taste. Thanks to long ripening the pulp is more compact. Berries do not break and are okay for transportation.
Eliot – this is the latest of all the varietiesthat are cultivated in Poland. It ripens in September. Bushes grow strong up to2 m tall. A fruitful variety. Medium-sized fruit, very tasty and aromatic.
Use – fruit perfect for direct consumption and long cold storage. Adapted for mechanical harvests.
Needs and care – due to its late ripening, this variety is recommended for the warmest regions of Europe. It demands a sunny and wind-free territory. Does not work well on too humid and cold spots. Needs a light, breathable, acidic (3,5-4,0 pH) soil. Not very immune to low temperatures (up to -20).
Ripening – this variety is the last one when it comes to ripening. Berries are gathered together into loose clusters on long pedicles. They are medium sized and have a light blue cover. Fruit can be harvested mechanically. A fruitful variety.