Biloxi Blueberry Bush (Vaccinium corymbosum hybrid ‘Biloxi’)

Biloxi Blueberry Bush


What is Biloxi Blueberry Bush

Are you looking for a plant that not only provides visual interest to your space but is also extremely rewarding? The Biloxi Blueberry Bush is a highly productive, self-pollinating, and low-maintenance bush that provides 3 seasons of visual interest.

The Biloxi Blueberry Bush produces small white flowers and blue-green foliage in spring, blueberries in late summer, and fiery red foliage in fall. Better than your average grocery store blueberries, the prolific blueberries from this bush are firm, sweet, and slightly tart. They’re ideal for baking, preserving, or just snacking right off the plant.

If you’re looking for a plant that does it all without a high level of maintenance, this bush is for you. The Biloxi Blueberry Bush won’t require pruning for the first 3 years, is self-fertile, and disease, insect and heat resistant. Plus, its bushy growth habit makes it the perfect addition to any gardening style.

Don’t wait another minute to add the Biloxi Blueberry Bush to your outdoor space. You’ll get long-lasting interest and big beautiful blueberries that you can enjoy all  without leaving home!

Biloxi Blueberry Bush (Vaccinium corymbosum hybrid 'Biloxi') Vaccinium corymbosum hybrid 'Biloxi'

How to Grow and Care for Biloxi Blueberry Bush

Biloxi Blueberry Bush (Vaccinium corymbosum hybrid ‘Biloxi’) Growing Requirements

Hardiness zone 6-9 outdoors
Harvest time Summer - Fall


Plant in an area with well-drained soil and adequate sunlight (6 to 8 hours of sunlight daily) with some shade and exposure to cooler weather.

When you’re ready to plant, dig a hole that is three times the diameter of the plant’s root ball and just as deep. Place the plant into the hole so that surface roots are just below the soil’s line. Fill in the hole with the garden soil, pine bark, and peat moss mixture. Tamp the soil down firmly around the shrub’s roots to remove any air pockets.


Your blueberry should be watered once every 2 to 3 days for the first two weeks. Keep soil moist, not saturated, by using your index finger. Stick it into your soil a couple of inches and feel around for any moisture. If it’s becoming dry, water your bush.


Fertilize your blueberry when the leaves start to develop. Apply one tablespoon of fertilizer made for azaleas such as 10-5-4, 10-8-8 or 11-7-7 in a 12-inch circle around the base of the shrub. Water thoroughly after fertilizing.


Your bush will benefit from being pruned in the late winter to remove dead or crowded branches.

Biloxi Blueberry Bush (Vaccinium corymbosum hybrid ‘Biloxi’) Details

Common name Biloxi Blueberry Bush
Botanical name Vaccinium corymbosum hybrid 'Biloxi'
Plant type Fruit Trees, Bushes
Hardiness zone 6-9 outdoors
Growth rate Medium
Harvest time Summer - Fall
Height 8-12 ft.
Width 3-4 ft.