lowbush blueberry native sod in fruiting stage with berries
Fruiting stage of native Lowbush Blueberry
lowbush blueberry native sod installed in a residential landscape
Lowbush Blueberry sod in the landscape
red autumn color of lowbush blueberry native sod foliage
Red autumn foliage of Lowbush Blueberry

Native Sod: Lowbush Blueberry

Vaccinium angustifolium

Lowbush blueberry native sod makes a great edging for your wooded landscape. You can enjoy its pink to white bell shaped flowers in spring, its tasty berries in summer, blazing scarlet color in fall, and red twigs through the winter.

About Lowbush Blueberry Native Sod

Lowbush blueberry native sod prefers full sun, so choose an area that gets at least six hours of sun per day. This plant is hardy in USDA hardiness zones 3 through 7, so keep your zone in mind.

Acidic soil with a pH between 4.5 and 5.5 will help your blueberry native sod to thrive. Be sure to keep the soil moist, but not soggy.

For best results, fertilize or apply compost each spring based on a soil test. Adding a four-inch layer of mulch will help retain moisture and protect the roots. We recommend weeding regularly, but cultivate shallowly to avoid damage to the surface roots. Starting in the fourth year, prune out dead and weak branches during the dormant season.

Download our Lowbush Blueberry Sod Fact Sheet to learn more about soil quality, sunlight requirements, and maintenance of your blueberry sod to ensure a thriving and healthy crop.

Blueberry native sod is sold by the square foot and each piece measures approximately 16″ x 24″. Whether you’re a landscape architect, contractor, or homeowner, New England Pro Greens and Turf can supply native lowbush blueberry sod for you to install. If you aren’t able to install it yourself, then we can install it for you! Call us at 888-934-5999 for further information or to place an order.

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More Native Sods

New England Pro Greens and Turf can also supply Huckleberry, Hay-Scented Fern, Haircap Moss, Bunchberry, and Interrupted Fern native sods. If you’re interested in a type of native sod you don’t see here, then contact us! We just may be able to provide it.

huckleberry native sod will grow in full sun or part sun in your landscape
Huckleberry Native Sod
hay scented fern native sod is an excellent choice for a shady wooded landscape
Hay Scented Fern Native Sod
haircap moss native sod prefers a damp and shady location in the landscape
Haircap Moss Native Sod
bunchberry native sod requires acidic soil and grows best in part to full shade areas of the landscape - also known as creeping dogwood
Bunchberry Native Sod
interrupted fern native sod has spore bearing leaflets that interrupt the broad fronds of the plant
Interrupted Fern Native Sod

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