Fresh blueberries on a green bush. The stock of natural vitamins

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Fresh blueberries on a green bush. The stock of natural vitamins

By Amy Grant Not all berries like the warmer temperatures in USDA zone 9, but there are hot weather loving blueberry plants suitable for this zone. In fact, there are native blueberries in abundance in some regions of zone 9. Which types of blueberry bushes are suited for zone 9? Read on to find out about zone 9 blueberries. About Zone 9 Blueberries Native to eastern North America, blueberries fit perfectly into zone 9 landscapes. The rabbiteye blueberry, Vaccinium ashei, can be found in river valleys in northern Florida and southeastern Georgia. In fact, there are at least eight native Vaccinium species found growing in the woods and swamps of Florida. Rabbiteye blueberries can be grown in zones 7-9 and can grow to over 10 feet (3 m.) in height. Then there are the highbush blueberries. They require winter’s cold temps. Most highbush varieties grow in colder climates, but there

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