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Blueberries are a hardy fruit and be grown in very cold winters.  Unfortunately, they like acidic soil and Utah's soil is usually alkaline.  The soil here in the basin is usually very alkaline so blueberries do not usually fare well in our native soils.  That doesn't mean they are impossible to grow.  It means that they require extra care.  The secret seems to be getting the blue berries a good acidic soil/mix to grow in and to feed them a proper acid-loving fertilizer the keep the ph on the acidic side.  This is usually best obtained in a raised bed or planter. 

​Here are a few varieties that we try to carry:
  • Chippewa  - Produces medium sized tasty berries.  Grows 24"-40" tall and wide.  Hardy zones 3-7.
  • Northblue - Produces medium-large sized berries.  Grows 24"-36" tall and wide.  Hardy zones 3-8.
  • Polaris - Produces medium-large sized berries.  Grows 36"-48" tall and wide.  Hardy zones 3-7. 
Information from Unaffiliated Websites:
Video:  USU - Growing Blueberries in Utah

Disclaimer:  This is a listing of varieties that have performed well in the area.  This listing does not guarantee that the varieties are in stock.  Please call to inquire if an item is in stock or not.

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