Blueberries aren’t just for producing delicious edible berries anymore. This new and exciting variety is an ornamental dwarf with colorful foliage. In spring new foliage emerges rosy pink and tiny, pink, bell-shaped flowers, matures to a dusty blue-green in summer, and then to a deep purple in fall. Plants produce an abundant supply of sweet blueberries in late spring.
Plants are not self-pollinating, so a pair of two must be kept in close proximity to each other. Consider putting them in a pair of containers – these attractive plants are just as decorative as they are functional! Plants also blend well into the landscape giving contrast in color, form and texture. Learn more about growing blueberries.