Vaccinium asheii 'Powder Blue'

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Introduced by the University of Florida and named for their powder blue color, 'Powder Blue' produces nice firm fruit that ripens in June-July prolonging the berry season.  350 chill hours needed. 'Brightwell' is a pollinator for 'Powder Blue.'

Zones 7-9 

1 gallon 


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    Posted by Taylor on Nov 16th 2022

    I ordered 8 blueberries from Mail Order Natives- each plant was well packaged and healthy, and are a great size for the price. I’m in a colder zone than the nursery so I’m letting them go dormant before planting, but I have a lot of hope for next spring!

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    Powder blue blueberries

    Posted by Helen Stephenson on Apr 5th 2022

    These little plants were in great shape when they arrived and were a pretty large size- larger than blueberries I've gotten from other sellers. They were even blooming a bit. I always get great quality plants from here and try to get what I need here before other places if I can because of the quality and good packaging.

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    Vaccinum Asheii 'Powder Blue'

    Posted by Deborah Gibbs on Apr 12th 2021

    I planted my first rabbiteye blueberry 'powder blue' last year and was happy to find another one this year at Mail Order Natives, to expand my blueberry patch. This is a lovely plant that is newly mature with leaves and flower buds and was ready to plant, I should get a few blueberries this year. Quick shipping and safely packed to reach my garden.

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    Good variety

    Posted by Aaron Palmieri on Jul 25th 2020

    I purchased a Powder Blue along with a Brightwell and Premier. I attempted to prune off flowers to help them focus on root production but they decided otherwise. This variety had good fruit production in its first season in the ground. I live in zone 8B.