Blueberry Croft Farm and Nursery - blueberry plants - blueberry plants for sale


We are a BBB accredited family-owned farm and nursery nestled in the rolling hills of western Kentucky, we have a wide variety of blueberry plants for sale. We ship blueberry plants  all across North America. Our comittment to growing healthy, disease-resistant, blueberry bushes and experience assures consumers of getting quality plants and expert advice for successfully growing delicious flavor blueberries. We have many different varieties of blueberry plants for sale and aronia berry plants for sale.


You may wish to spend a relaxing morning picking healthy, naturally-grown blueberries, or perhaps you want to grow blueberry bushes of your own—we'll help with all your blueberry needs.

Our fields and blueberry nursery have 20,000 blueberry plants (representing more than 30 varieties), so we'll find the right  plant for you. A wide selection of both northern and southern blueberry varieties ensures we have the best plant for your growing zone. Even if you only have a small patio or sun-room, our dwarf blueberry bushes can accommodate your situation. We've helped homeowners across North America, and we want to be your source for naturally-grown, pesticide-free plants. Browse through our selection and shop with confidence. Whether you order one blueberry plant or one thousand, we treat every customer with our full attention and care.

Blueberry Plants for Sale

Blueberry plants for sale are listed for the growing zone for which they are best suited, from growing zone 3 to zone 10. This includes the broad categories of Northern variety blueberry and Southern variety blueberry that are often used but listing by growing zone is more specific. Listing by growing zone for each blueberry bush  variety helps you make the best selection for your area.  Order blueberry plants now



Aronia Plants for Sale

Blueberry Croft Farm and Nursery supplies Viking arinia berry plants to anyone interested in growing, whether just a couple for the garden or a larger number for a field crop. Order aronia plants now. Blueberry Croft is the first commercial planting of aronia for berry production in Kentucky history.


Price List

The more blueberry plants you buy, the cheaper the price. The more you purchase the cheaper the price. For  All shipping is only in the lower 48 continental United States. We do not ship to Canada.
Frequently Ask Questions

You can call us at 270- 908-0703 or Send us a message and we will answer any questions.

Blueberries provide benefits to your health, beautify any yard, meet a wide variety of cooking needs, and require little maintenance. Various scientific studies indicate that blueberries contain unsurpassed levels of anti-oxidants, aid your body in combating urinary tract infections, reduce cholesterol, and enhance short-term memory. The mature fruit of the blueberry plant can range from pink through blues to dark purple,blueberries and the plants’ fall foliage add a riot of reds, oranges, and yellows to your yard. In the kitchen, blueberry recipes include not only the traditional muffins and pancakes, but also a wide variety of beverages, deserts, and baked goods, including breads, puddings, salads, ice cream, and even gingerbread. Unlike many fruit plants, blueberry bushes are both easy to plant and require little maintenance once successfully planted. A few hours to prepare the soil and with proper care your blueberry plants will enjoy decades of production.

We are now taking orders for fall and spring plant shipment.  We usually do not ship during June,July and August because it is too hot for the plants.

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Better Business Bureau AccreditedPlease contact us for special orders or with questions:
Blueberry Croft Farm and Nursery
710 Jericho Church Road
Cub Run, Kentucky 42729
(270) 908-0703
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Shipping only in the continental United States

We do not ship international orders

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Five Types of Blueberry Plants We Sell and Their Characteristics


There are five types of blueberry plants commonly grown. This article list and discusses these and their characteristics. They can be purchased from this reputable on-line source.

1. Northern Highbush blueberries Vaccinium corymbosum -- These are high chill varieties for zones 3-7 with 800 to 1,000 chill hours needed. The Northern Highbush Blueberry is a species of blueberry native to eastern northern United States. They are high chill varieties and are the most extensively planted blueberries in the world. If these northern high-bush varieties do not get the required number of chill hours they will not produce. These blueberry bushes are rated zone 3 through zone 7 which includes most of the Central, Western, mid-West, and Eastern United States as well as some parts of Canada. These varieties display bush shapes from short and compact to tall and open. The blueberries range in size from ¼" to over 1" in diameter, and in color from dark blue to light blue. Northern Highbush blueberries require a minimum of 800 chilling hours for proper fruit set. All cultivars are self-pollinating but will produce better crops if more than one variety is planted. They are generally recommended for growing in zones 3 to 7.

2. Southern Highbush blueberries (Vaccinium corymbosum hybrid) -- Southern Highbush are specifically hybridized to produce superior fruit, soil adaptability, heat tolerance and low winter chilling. The Southern Highbush blueberry is a cross between Northern Highbush blueberries and native Southern species, giving it a greater range of adaptation than either of its parents. The Southern Highbush tolerates a wider range of soil conditions and temperature variations. The fruits are smaller than Rabbiteye blueberries but no less tasty. These are low chill varieties for use in zones 5 to 10 with 150 to 800 chill hours required. Most Southern Highbush are self-pollinating, but the berries will be larger if two varieties are planted together. These varieties have low winter chilling requirements. "Chilling" is a measure of accumulated hours of temperatures below 45°F but above 32 degrees F in the dormant season. They are generally recommended for growing in zones 5 to 10.

3. Half-High Blueberries (Vaccinium corymbosum x V. angustifolium)
Half-High Blueberries is a term used for a grouping of blueberry bushes with similar characteristics They are the result, as the name might signify, of crosses between Northern Highbush and Lowbush blueberries selections from the wild.. They will grow only 2 to 4 feet tall. These are generally high chill varieties for Zones 3 to 7 and need 1,000 to 1,200 of chill hours. In recent years, Agriculture Research Stations have released many new "half-high" blueberry plants. All these varieties have the "wild" flavor of their parents. The Half-Highs were bred for exceptional cold hardiness but are truly outstanding ornamental landscape plants wherever they are grown. All theses varieties have amazing fall colors. In general, these bushes will partially be able to pollinate themselves, though they will always do better with another variety with which they can to cross-pollinate. They are generally recommended for growing in zones 3 to 7.

4. Wild Lowbush Blueberries (Vaccinium angustifolium sp.) these are high chill varieties for zones 3 to 7 and need 1,000 to 1,200 chill hours. Wild Lowbush Blueberries are a native fruit crop to Atlantic Canada, Quebec and the state of Maine. Wild Blueberries have grown naturally for thousands of years. They are short in stature and unlike their Highbush cousins, are primarily spread by rhizomes or underground runners, which give rise to new roots and stems. A mature planting can form a dense ground cover. Profuse white blooms yield small-sized light blue fruit with the distinctive "wild" blueberry taste. Annual pruning is not necessary but they respond well if two-thirds of the growth is sheared back every second or third year in late winter. They are great candidates for landscape borders. They are generally recommended for growing in zones 3 to 7.

5. Rabbiteye blueberries, Vaccinium ashei These are low chill varieties for Zones 7 to 9.
Rabbiteye blueberries have grown in popularity all across the South. Part of the reason for the popularity of rabbiteye blueberries may be that few major pests of rabbiteye blueberries have been identified. Rabbiteye varieties are resident to the southeastern United States. Rabbiteye plants are more vigorous, easier to be cared for and live longer, than the majority of southern variety. They can handle drought superior to Highbush blueberries. They can grow adequately in soils with a lower amount of organic material in them. Rabbiteye blueberries are usually firmer than southern varieties with thicker skin. The seeds tend to be somewhat more distinct than Highbush. Their after harvest shelf life is exceptional and usually superior to Highbush. The demand for blueberries has increased as more is known about the health benefits of blueberries. Southerners have often not discovered the outstanding quality of rabbiteye blueberries. They are generally recommended for growing in zones 7 to 9.


There are a number of different types of blueberries that are suitable for different purposes and growing zones. The one thing they all have in common is their high antioxidant capacity and health benefits. You should grow your own pesticide free blueberries. They can be purchased from this site Purchase those that are best suited for your growing zone.

You can purchase naturally grown blueberries that are grown without the use of harsh pesticides from (Blueberry Croft Farm and Nursery). The farm is a reputable source for quality blueberry plants. Over 30 varieties of blueberries are grown and sold. For more information contact

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