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Luberissima Blueberry Pinkberry® Pink Lemonade®

Sweet berries and great decoration for every bog garden

Luberissima Blueberry Pinkberry® Pink Lemonade®


Article number: 2191802


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Product information "Luberissima Blueberry Pinkberry® Pink Lemonade®"

Before we can research the pedigree of Pink Lemonade®, one quickly realises that a bit of Rabbiteye blood flows in its "veins". Against this background of Rabbiteye blueberries, the blueberry variety Buddy Blue is the perfect sidekick for Pink Lemonade. Our trials in recent years have shown that Pink Lemonade® bears fruit alone, but that the yields are somewhat unsatisfactory. Planting another genetically related blueberry with it creates miracles. The latest blueberry Buddy Blue, which belongs to the so-called Rabbiteye group of blueberries, has shown the best results for us.
Maturity: August/September, somewhat successive
Fruits: First, the fruits are light green during vegetation, then light pink, and finally they mature to a deep pink-pink colour
Flavour: Sweet, with a firm, pleasant texture
Yield: High, reliable yield
Growth/health: Very upright, bushy growth, with fine, pointed leaves, it is fully grown after 7-10 years and reaches a height of up to 150 cm
Location: Requires a bog garden; it is also suitable for planting as an ornamental fruit plant in a mixed bed or mixed border
(Crossbreeding: V. corymbosum x Delite (V. ashei), Breeder: Mark Ehlenfeldt, USDA-ARS)
Blueberries - a new research area at Lubera
In the last 5-10 years, blueberries have become one of the best-selling soft fruit species. We have therefore intensified our selection efforts accordingly and have selected the best tasting varieties for you (Blue Dessert, Blueroma, as well as Sunshine Blue). Thanks to our second production site in Ammerland near Oldenburg (with bog-like soil), we are now more and more intensely breeding and selecting blueberries. With regard to the global diversity of varieties and species it is first crucial to the test the blueberries, which are becoming increasingly popular, in terms of their suitability for gardens. Because even with the blueberries, as with many other types of fruit, they are almost only grown for commercial cultivation.
  • Flowering Period April
  • Ripeness/Harvest Period August, September
  • Final height 100cm to 120cm
  • Final width 40cm to 60cm
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Plant Type semi-evergreen
  • Sweetness sweet
  • Use as a hedge, for group plantings, as a specimen plant
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil moderately heavy, light, acidic, slightly acidic
  • Location partial shade, full sun
  • Flower Colour white
  • Leaf Colour green
  • Lubera Selection This plant is an exclusive launch from Lubera. Lubera searches worldwide for new varieties and species that will make gardening more exciting and easier! We encounter new products again and again that we can exclusively bring to the market after intensive testing.

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