Blueberry Glaze® Blueberry
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A treat, unlike any other! In spring, white bell hanging flowers ripen into a wonderful display of color as the berries turn from yellow, to red, to a gorgeous blue! Blueberry Glaze®, with its boxwood-like foliage, blooms an abundance of berries in mid-summer for an edible garden or patio pot. The flavor brings you back to the good ol' days of jumping over the farmer's fence for a handful of wild blueberries soaked in sunshine. Bake up a pie or two filled with Blueberry Glaze® this summer!
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Fall Creek Farm & Nursery, Inc. breeders David Brazelton and Adam Wagner have created the complex hybrid Blueberry Glaze for your eating pleasure! This complex hybrid mixes THREE different blueberries: Vaccinium myrsinites, Vaccinium corymbosum, and Vaccinium angustifolium. With the help of expert blueberry breeder Arlen Draper, Blueberry Glaze was born in 2008 under the name ‘ZF08-095’. To date, Blueberry Glaze was patented in 2015 and is ideal for home gardeners looking to grow their fruit but maintain ornamental value in the blueberry bush itself.
Like a boxwood, Blueberry Glaze is the dwarf blueberry bush you didn't know you needed. Excellent as an ornamental shrub, Blueberry Glaze brings color to its green foliage in the form of pink and white blooms. The berries grown on Blueberry Glaze put on their own show as they change color from pale yellow to red and finishing as a shiny blue. Each berry is sweet and ideal for eating fresh or getting creative and adding them to a favorite dish in the kitchen. In the fall, enjoy the color transformation as the leaves go from green to purple, yellow, and red, perfect for welcoming autumn!
Height: 2-3 ft
Spread: 2-3 ft
Exposure: Full Sun
Fall Foliage: Red, Purple, Yellow
How to Grow
Acid soil is key to growing Blueberries successfully. These peat-loving Accents require very low–pH conditions in order to thrive. If your soil isn’t naturally acidic, you may want to grow Jelly Bean Blueberry in a large container or raised bed. Give it all-day sun if possible and use lots of organic matter—both as a soil amendment and as mulch. Water weekly if no rain falls.
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