227-Sources of Lowbush Blueberry Plants

Fact Sheet No. 227, UMaine Extension No. 2256

Prepared by David E. Yarborough, Extension Blueberry Specialist, The University of Maine, Orono ME 04469. Revised March 2018.

Sources of Blueberry Plants

Hartmann’s Plant Company
Daniel P. Hartmann
P.O. Box 100
Lacota, Michigan 49063-0100
Tel: 616.253.4281
Fax:  616.253.4457
Email: info@hartmannsplantcompany.com

  • Tissue culture plants
  • 2.4″, 4″ and #1 container grown
  • Minimum: 100 plants
  • Price F.O.B.
  • Grand Junction, MI

Pierson Nursery
24 Buzzell Road
Biddeford, Maine 04005
Physical Address:
291 Waterhouse Road
Dayton, Maine 04005
Tel.: 207.499.2994
Fax: 207.499.2912
Cell: 207.229.1420
Email: sales@piersonnurseries.com
Website: www.piersonnurseries.com

  • Sod also and in containers #1 as well as smaller pots.

Raintree Nursery
391 Butts Road
Morton, WA 98356
Tel: 360.496.6400
Fax: 888.770.8358
Email: online@raintreenursery.com
Web: www.raintreenursery.com

  • Brunswick and Burgundy varieties
  • 4-inch pot
  • Minimum order: $10
  • Minimum shipping charge: $15

Sources of Blueberry Sod

Green Thumb Farms
P.O. Box 147
Fryeburg, ME 04037
Tel: 207.935.3341 x22
Fax: 207.935.3318
Email: turf@greenthumbfarms.com
Web: www.greenthumbfarms.com (visit the Native Sods page)
Sod salesperson: Dylan 207.256.4001, dylan@greenthumbfarms.com

  • Wild blueberry sod (Vaccinium angustifolium)
  • 100 sq. ft. per pallet
  • Hand-cut to a consistent 16″x 24″ size
  • Provides 100% ground cover instantly
  • Can be delivered directly to your job site
  • All prices include delivery

No product guarantee or endorsement is implied, nor is discrimination intended against other sources.

Information in this publication is provided purely for educational purposes. No responsibility is assumed for any problems associated with the use of products or services mentioned. No endorsement of products or companies is intended, nor is criticism of unnamed products or companies implied.

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