The Tifblue Blueberry is a vigorous grower that is resistant to disease, cold, heat, and drought. The shrubby trees grow to 8 feet tall and 6 to 8 feet wide. Tifblue Blueberries can be grown in the ground or in pots in USDA Growing Zones 7 to 9. Their white blooms form in March and the ripe Tifblue Blueberries are ready to pick and eat from mid-June through late July. The Tifblue Blueberry Tree grows heavy yields of small to medium-sized, juicy blueberries that are perfect for eating fresh, sharing, and making baked goods and desserts.
Tifblue Blueberry Trees require a pollinator companion blueberry to set and grow fruit, and many varieties will suffice. Good pollinators for Tifblue Blueberry include Pink Lemonade, Georgia Gem, Jersey, Blueray, Toro, Bluecrop, Climax, Powderblue, and Brightwell. Tifblue Blueberry Trees like full sun and well-drained acidic soil. Tifblue Blueberry Trees can be grown as a hedge or in a small grouping with other blueberry varieties.