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Dear Victoriana Team, After a long wait my Samphire plants have finally arrived and I am so impressed I immediately wanted to order some more. Oh and by the way, thank you for packing all of your plants so well. Even though it is quite frustrating to sieve through all the shredded newspaper and then trying to dispose of it with bits blowing all over the place(especially with bigger plants), your system really works and seems to be the best way of protecting the plants. I have had some bad experience with other garden centres before and actually vowed never to buy plants online again, yet you have really managed to convince me that it can be quite safe. Thank you very much.
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Dear Victoriana Team, After a long wait my Samphire plants have finally arrived and I am so impressed I immediately wanted to order some more. Oh and by the way, thank you for packing all of your plants so well. Even though it is quite frustrating to sieve through all the shredded newspaper and then trying to dispose of it with bits blowing all over the place(especially with bigger plants), your system really works and seems to be the best way of protecting the plants. I have had some bad experience with other garden centres before and actually vowed never to buy plants online again, yet you have really managed to convince me that it can be quite safe. Thank you very much.
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Blueberries

Now hailed as a 'superfood', the abundance of antioxidants and nutrients packed into each berry means that the blueberry plant has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity in the kitchen garden in recent years. In addition to the many health benefits of its fruits, the blueberry bush's small but tantalisingly juicy berries are also a popular ingredient with cake bakers and dessert fiends alike.

The good news is that the plants – especially the self-fertile bush varieties – are relatively easy to grow at home if provided with the right conditions. More...

Great flavour, packed with nutrients and high in antioxidants –- what more could you want from a home-grown fruit? The blueberry plant supplies it all, with the added bonus that the compact bushes can be grown in containers, so even those with only balcony space to spare can enjoy the juicy fruits of the blueberry bush.

Blueberry plants require well-draining acidic soil to thrive and produce fruit, so it's necessary to refresh the soil around the roots with acidic compost (ericaceous). Your blueberry plant will also prefer a sunny position, need regular watering throughout the growing season, and the occasional feed with a liquid high potash supplement such as tomato feed will help to boost your plant's blueberry crop. Rainwater is naturally more acidic than tap water, so if you want to get the best from your blueberry bushes then you might want to consider investing in a water butt if you haven't already!

We've opted for varieties that produce what we believe to be the most flavoursome fruits, whilst making sure that the plants we sell also offer additional beneficial characteristics, such as high yields and longer fruit life – and even a self-fertile variety.

Our blueberry plants are supplied as pot-grown bushes, pruned and ready to pot on or plant straight into acid compost-enriched soil.

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Blueberry Bush 'Bluecrop'

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Very vigorous habit and high yielding. Excellent resistance to Spring frosts as well as Summer droughts. Harvest late July / August. Self Fertile.
Currently Not Available To Purchase - Available from APPROXIMATELY late November / early December 2021
Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including pot.

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Blueberry Bush 'Goldtraube'

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Fruits early July onwards. Heavy cropping and very reliable. Large blue fruits are packed full of flavour. Puts on an excellent Autumn leaf colour display.
Currently Not Available To Purchase - Available from APPROXIMATELY late November / early December 2021
Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including pot.

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Blueberry Bush 'Hortblue Petite'

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Self fertile. Fruits twice a year with delicious blueberries, so worth while growing. Hardy plants requiring acidic soil.
Currently Not Available To Purchase - Available from APPROXIMATELY late November / early December 2021
Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including pot.

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Blueberry Bush 'Jersey'

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One of the oldest and most trusted varieties of blueberry. Heavy crops of medium sized dark blue berries late July / August. Particularly good for cooler regions.
Currently Not Available To Purchase - SOLD OUT UNTIL 2022
Supplied as a pot grown plant approximately 12" - 18" (30 - 45 cm) tall including pot.

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Plant Passport Registration Number: GB-34265