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Help! Does anyone know what type of blueberry bush this is??? :)

Friday, 24 Jun 11 25°C / 77°F

I went to Home Depot and picked up two blueberry bushes/shrubs but it didn’t say what variety they were. I went on Home Depot’s website and it listed “Earliblue” and “Jersey” but then I realized these were “online only” and they didn’t have any listings for the actual store. I called up and they had no clue… So at this point “Earliblue” is just a guess and to tell the truth I am not 100% sure it is even a highbush, but I am pretty sure it is since that’s what is prevalent here. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance!!! Tim

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Blueberry Bush: Earliblue

Vaccinium corymbosum

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