Northland Blueberry and Northblue Blueberry

Asked May 23, 2018, 1:02 PM EDT

Good Afternoon, I have two plants, one a northland the other a northblue and one of them is completely full of flowers and the other one doesn't have any. They were both planted the same time just a few feet apart. Does one of these blossom later? They both look green and healthy. Thanks! Heather

Ramsey County Minnesota blueberries horticulture

1 Response

Even two plants of the exact same variety may have different growth rates and maturity rates. You don't say how old these plants are, but if one has only just flowered, you might have to wait a season or two for the other. Read here about growing blueberries in Minnesota:
https://www.extension.umn.edu/garden/yard-garden/fruit/blueberries-for-home-landscapes/