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The O'Neal Blueberry is an early-yield, low-chill (500-600 hrs) bush that produces one of the best-tasting southern high-bush blueberries. It is self-pollinating but will give larger crops if pollinated with another southern highbush like Misty or Biloxi. The berries are fairly large but will fill out and sweeten even more if left to ripen on the bush.
As with all blueberries, the O'Neal requires acidic soil.
ABOUT THIS PLANT
Botanic Name: Vaccinium corymbosum 'O'Neal'
Common Names: O'Neal,
Native to: North Carolina
Hardiness Zone: Zone 8-Zone 10
Fruiting Season: May-July
Growth Structure: Bushy growth of up to 6 ft.
Fertility Preference: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Water Preference: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Sun & Light Preference: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
The O'Neal requires 500-600 chill hours, so choose a spot that acts as a cold pocket. It also requires acidic soil, so make sure to amend the soil with peat moss or sawdust.