Vaccinium Corybosum ‘Northland’
Blueberry Northland is especially noted for its cold hardiness (zones 3 – 7) making it a good fruiting plant for beds and containers. This variety has a compact, rounded dense shape only growing to about 4 feet tall with a wider spread. The berries are sweet and ripen in early summer.
Height: 3′ – 4′
Width: 4′ – 5′
Exposure: Full sun is best.
Watering and soil: Moist, well drained acidic soil is essential. To lower your soil PH to 4 and 5 use regular sulfur applications working the granules into the soil. Ideally, do this three months before new planting.
Fertilizer: Use a well balanced fertilizer or slow release formula.
Pruning: Start pruning after the third year in late winter or very early spring.
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