Wooden Surface
Vaccinium angustifolium
Lowbush blueberry
Do yourself (and the birds) a favor and plant several of these amazing bushes.


V. angustifolium has so many things going for it. In addition to being a provider of delicious blueberries, its delicate pink-white bell-shaped flowers are a welcome springtime sight. Lowbush blueberry gives brilliant orange color in the fall and Vaccinium species (blueberries and cranberries) support around 300 butterfly and moth species, including the at-risk Half-Black Bumble Bee (Bombus vagans). We can't say enough about this fantastic plant.
Lowbush blueberry grows up to 2 feet tall and is best sited in full sun to part shade in medium well drained soilsPlant more than one V. angustifolium for the best fruit production.


Use: Just your average super delicious blueberry!


photos courtesy of Dan Wilder

Vaccinium angustifolium (Lowbush blueberry)

  • details

    SIZE AND POT INFORMATION: More details coming in May
    type: shrub
    sun needs: Sun to part shade
    water needs: Moist to average soil
    height: 6"-2'
    plant spacing: 1/sq ft
    bloom time: May, June
    bloom color: white
  • special notes

    edible parts: berries and flowers
    salt tolerant. Some salt exposure should not be fatal to the plant but some leaf burning may still occur.
    deer resistant (please note that does not mean deer proof)



Opening in May

Specific dates and

times coming soon.


Norwell, Massachusetts

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