Chandler Blueberry Plants
- Height: 1.5 m
- Harvest: end July into September
- Our latest cropping variety.
- Fruit: Large, up to 2g. Juicy yet firm, best eaten fresh
- Self fertile, but best grown with a partner
- Spacing: 1.2 m apart
- Soil: Acidic
Chandler Potgrown Blueberry Bushes
Chandler blueberries have almost everything, and could have been designed for amateur growing. The taste is outstanding, the berries are large - they can be over 2 grams in weight and the fruiting period is enormous; from the beginning of August through to the end of September. All this in a superfood with high levels of anti-oxidants and anti-cancer agents. And you can get bigger crops each year as your plants increase in size. For an even longer cropping season, have a look at the rest of our range of blueberry plants
As blueberry plants go, Chandler is upright, growing to about 150 cm - 4ft 6" and easy to cultivate.
Remember that all blueberries need moist, free-draining acidic soil to fruit. They are members of the heather family and so need ericaceous soil conditions. Take a look at our Guide to Growing Blueberry Plants. Blueberries do very well in pots, tubs and other containers.