Eetbare tuin-edible garden: Vaccinium corymbosum Bluegold - Blue berry

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Vaccinium corymbosum Bluegold is a blue berry species that is nice sweet, in autumn the leaf shades to bright red ...More information

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Vaccinium corymbosum Bluegold or blueberry is a self-pollinating shrub-shaped plant.
This is kept on the ground or as a tub plant. If you like the plant as a kuiplant, then water it on time, because she would like extra water in the summer.
If planted in the full soil, then on the roots that sprout organic matter in the form of peat and bark and repeat each spring. The roots of the blue currant carrots are fairly superficial and this prevents dehydration.

The plant can also get extra water in a dry hot summer, which translates into a lot of fruit production. Plant spacing in full soil 100/150 cm.
Pruning takes place immediately after winter in February / early March by the old wood (wood that was brought to fruition last year). Do not be afraid to cut the plant too far back, they will be running out with new shoots in April.
On the new springers in the spring, the same season again appears a lot of blueberries.

The delicious sweet blue berries are so good to eat, but of course you can make jam, juice or wine. In addition to being amazing, they are very healthy and are packed with antioxidants and vitamins.
In the fall the plant is a lust for the eye and discolored the leaf to bright red. The Vaccinium corymbosum is good hardy.
Winter hardness zone 6a (-22ºC).


  • Minimum temperature:-22ºC
  • Location:Sunny, light shade
  • Soil type:No special requirements
  • Water requirement:Normal
  • Full ground:Yes
  • Tub plant:Yes
  • Flowering period:4-5
  • Origin / habitat:North America, Canada
  • Growth rate:Normal
  • Maximum plant height:150/200 cm



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