Blueberry Plant Gold Traube 23 (Vaccinium corymbosum)
- Superfruit with loads of antioxidants, heavy croppers.
- Gold Traube 23 Blueberry Bushes are mid to mid early season variety with clusters of large juicy berries in July/August.
- Supplied 9cm Pot Grown, 30-40cm tall, 2 year old plants ready to show off
- No VAT on this item
Gold Traube berries are full of healthy goodness and is high in antioxidants. Fruits are ready to pick when they have turned a deep blue, and should be easy to pull away from the fruit cluster when ripe. Berries are sweet, juicy and just good to bite into! Ultimate height and spread 2m x2m after 10-20 years.
Where to Plant
Plant Blueberry Bushes in full sun for best results. Soil should be acidic (ph 4.5-5.0) and can be amended with ericaceous compost before planting. Make sure planting area is well draining, and moist. Water well for the first year until established. Fertilise each year with ericaceous fertiliser.
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