Tall-blueberry-bushes, highbush blueberry hardy in u.s. department of agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 8, highbush blueberry (vaccinium corymbosum) grows between 6 and 12 feet tall and 8 and 12 feet wide. native to eastern north america, the shrubs thrive in moist, acid soil.. A blueberry bush can have a height and width between 1 and 12 feet (0.3 and 3.6 meters). a blueberry bush grows slowly, and some take 8 to 10 years to reach full size., while these are popular fruits, many people are unsure as to what a blueberry bush looks like. it looks like a typical shrub with shiny, oval shaped green leaves. the height can vary, depending on the variety, from a few feet tall to 12 (3.5 m.) or more feet tall. they, of course, have the tell tale blue berries..
Highbush blueberry (v. corymbosum and hybrids) can grow from zones 4 to 10, but some varieties are better suited to either extreme. if you want plenty of large, flavorful, easy-to-pick fruit, choose highbush blueberries. shrubs grow 2 to 6 feet tall and produce more fruit when you plant at least two different varieties., heights of mature bushes the height of a mature blueberry bush depends upon the variety of blueberry bush planted. highbush blueberry bushes generally grow 6 to 12 feet tall. rabbiteye cultivars, which mature in approximately 10 years, can reach a mature height of up to 15 feet, and a spread of 10 feet..
Our 3 year old blueberry plants are 3-4 feet tall and grown in a 3 gallon container. we encourage comparison to other available 3 year old plants based on height and container size, not just on price. these plants will typically bear 1 to 2 pints of fruit per plant in the first growing season. 3-4 foot tall large blueberry plants - $33.00 each