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Vaccinium stamineum

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A variable species of native blueberry with relatively large fruit on long pedicels. Leaves vary from green to very glaucous blue-green and fruits from pinkish green to brownish purple. The large berries are edible but not delicious. Plants offered here are a cutting-grown attractive selection of the very glaucous blue green foliage type which forms colonies in the sandhills of South Carolina and elsewhere in the region. Well adapted to sandy well-drained acid soil in sun or partial shade. Native to southeastern U.S.

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USDA Hardiness Zone 5-9

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Sun Requirements
Full Sun to Part Shade