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Vaccinium sp. JN11052 Vaccinium brachyandrum cf. JN 11052

A distinctive Vaccinium (Blueberry) collected by Jens Nielsen in western Yunnan at 3000 meters. Large leaves of serious substance alternately flank the arching stems and take on red-bronze colors when young as well in winter on the least mature leaves. No surprises on the white urn-shaped flowers or with the purple-black fruit which add ornament to an already interesting plant. We can only guess as to mature size of the plant but would think 3'-4' tall with arching and trailing branches to 6' or more.

Price: $25.00
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Vaccinium chaetothrix SEH 1517 Vaccinium chaetothrix SEH 1517 (previously as Agapetes lacei)

Very cute little epiphyte with small rounded cupped leaves and green-tipped red flowers. This is going to be a source of no small pleasure in zone 9 where it will be happy growing in a container, rotting log or mossy rock in part shade. We grow ours in a cool greenhouse kept just at or above freezing and has been easy as pie.

Price: $12.00
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Vaccinium nummularia Vaccinium nummularia

Sweet little blueberry from the Himalaya and China evocative of Lingonberry in stature.  Often epiphytic, this has glossy green foliage and attractive pink flowers in spring followed by black fruit.  Sure, you can eat them but like so many lesser edibles that are marginally palatable, why would you?  Spreads gently by stolons - it is a class act.

Price: $15.00
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Vaccinium ovatum 'St. Andrews' Vaccinium ovatum 'St. Andrews'

A very dwarf selection of our native red huckleberry found in the garden at St. Andrews in Scotland.  This is extremely dwarf to just a few inches high but spreading to 3' across in time.  That would be a long time.  Brilliant red and orange new growth.  Perfect little rock garden shrub.

Price: $12.00
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Vaccinium x intermedium Vaccinium x intermedium

A hybrid between V.myrtillus and V. vitis-idaea making a dense little shrub 2' high.  Why stiff yourself with a boring beyond belief Boxwood when you could have this splendid little  gem with pinky-white flower bells in late spring and small blueberries in late summer?  Good organic soil.

Price: $15.00
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