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- n. shrub of southeastern United States grown commercially especially for canning industry
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The lowbush blueberry plant, usually being less than three feet tall, is a small type of blueberry bush, and while highbush blueberry plants can be anywhere from four to ten feet tall, the rabbiteye blueberry plants can grow up to twenty feet tall. root system varies from each species.
The rabbiteye blueberry plants can grow up to twenty feet tall. root system varies in each species.
Preferred soil pH for rabbiteye blueberries is 5.5 to 6.0. blueberry types chart for details on the best varieties of blueberries, plus pros and cons of each, as well as information on where they grow best.
The same is true of rabbiteye blueberries, which are much-improved versions of a native species of the Southeast, where they are hugely popular - and productive.
Florida producers grow both rabbiteye and highbush blueberries.
Vaccinium corymbosum), rabbiteye (V. ashei) and low-bush (
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