Blueberry ‘Peach Sorbet’
This blueberry is full of color year-round. Leaves range from peach to pink to orange to emerald green. Spring’s white bell-shaped flowers give way to an abundance of healthy, sweet blueberries are produced in abundance in mid-summer. This is an exceptional dwarf form that makes a great little hedge or stand-alone plant, perfect for patio containers. Self-fertile. Best grown in partial shade.
Pruning: This blueberry produces new canes each season and fruits on new canes. Once fruiting is complete, prune canes that have fruited leaving new canes to fruit the next season. Annual pruning during dormancy promotes plant growth and berry production.
Vaccinium x 'Peach Sorbet'
Deciduous Fruiting Shrub
Prefers average to moist, acidic, well-drained loose soil, but is highly adaptable to any soil. Water regularly during the first growing season to establish a deep root system. Fertilize in early spring.
Emerald green leaves turn hues of red in fall.
Small flowers produce large, super-sweet blueberries.