Blueberry Giant

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Blueberry Giant (or Little Giant Blueberries) is a hassle-free way of growing blueberries from home. More of its benefits:

  • Produces up to 4 pints of juicy, fresh blueberries each and every day
  • Delicious, sweetest blueberries ever developed by U.S. plant scientists
  • As much as 16,000 giant Little Giant Blueberries from each plant

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9 Blueberry Giant Reviews

  1. Jenny
    Reviewed/Rated March 5, 2010 at 2:20 pm | Permalink

    Little Giant Blueberries were first selected by A.D. Draper of the USDA-ARS at the USDA’s Beltsville, Maryland facilities in 1967 from a cross between Northern Highbush and Rabbiteye blueberries.

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  2. Bobby The Blueberry
    Reviewed/Rated April 5, 2010 at 11:29 am | Permalink

    These little giant blueberry plants are pretty cool. I would love to have my own blueberries in my back yard. Then I went ahead and got one and it’s growing great. No blueberries yet though. I didn’t expect to get them right away though.

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  3. Mark
    Reviewed/Rated April 12, 2010 at 7:56 am | Permalink

    I ordered some of these myself and then started a website about them. They are growing well for me now but I don’t know about bearing a lot of fruit because the plants needs a year or two of maturing before it can bear any significant amount of fruit.

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  4. Gail House
    Reviewed/Rated April 27, 2010 at 6:05 pm | Permalink

    I ordered 3 Blueberry plants. They came in a very small box and were nothing but bare root twigs. 2 arrived completely dead. One is barely growing after a few weeks.
    I ordered thier tree tomatoes too. I paid way to much for seeds, when the add said plant starts. For $41. I got 24 seeds. I will never purchase anything from Gardener choice. The company is a burn.

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  5. Reviewed/Rated May 4, 2010 at 5:26 am | Permalink

    Complete SCAM! 3 little (2 inch) twigs with dried up roots that are shipped in a flimsy box that was smashed. The plants have been in the ground and have all turned black and are dead. Customer service is a joke with no response to emails and horrible phone manners. Still havent’ received the Banana Tree plants but I’m not expecting much after reading the thousands of complaints posted on the web. Not a single positive comment. The shipping on the small box showed 89 cents but in total I paid 34.00 dollars shipping for 6 blueberry plants and 2 banana plants. What’s really sad is these cuttings were alive and viable at one point. Two or 3 dollars in packaging and a little care in handling could make this situation around and they could cut their phone rep staff in half. Very Sad!

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  6. Reviewed/Rated May 7, 2010 at 2:03 pm | Permalink

    I purchased 3 plants from . They were little 2 inch stick with about 10 feeder roots. The dirt they were in was completely dry. There is no leaves on the sticks. They really do not look like they will make it. The actually shipping was $0.87 . Don’t be taken by this scam company. I called customer support…what a joke!

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  7. Cindy
    Reviewed/Rated May 8, 2010 at 9:40 am | Permalink

    I ordered the blueberries, strawberries, bell peppers, blackberries & tomatoes. The plants were in bad shape, but planting them by the directions asap, they seem to be doing fine. I don’t think it’s a complete scam. The commercial makes it look simple and planting is simple, but it is getting the soil ph and the amount of water correct. And knowing the insects and fungus that can take over very quickly if you over water. You really have to do your research on each plant to get that right. I’ve lost 1 tomato plant to fungus. The rest are growing. I think it may be 2 or 3 months for some fruit and Mark (above) is right about the blueberries, from what I’ve been reading it can take 2 to 3 years to produce fruit. The company needs to over night ship these plants instead of ground shipping. It takes too long to travel and puts them under extreme heat & stress. The bottom line is to educate yourself on the plants and the soil type. I think some of these seedlings are a year old, so I would think starting with seed would be a whole different project. Expect to spend some time on it to get it right. The commercial makes you think you are getting a bush, stick it in the dirt and eating more fruit you can handle in a week. Overall- 3-they grew the seedlings, package them well, just didn’t get them there quick enough. Ease of Use-0, they need more information on soil type and planting. Value-? If you get live plants, can keep them alive and produce fruit. Can not say yet.

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  8. Reviewed/Rated January 13, 2011 at 8:59 pm | Permalink

    I purchased 3 blueberry bushes and got 3 twigs. I planted them and 9 months later I have 3 twigs in 3 pots of soil. Don’t fall for this gimmick like the rest of us. I was so looking forward for my family to pick blueberries.

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  9. Warren McLaughlin
    Reviewed/Rated May 25, 2011 at 5:19 am | Permalink

    I grow blueberries for a living– well partically. I’ve amassed numerous cultivars of Northern Highbushes, Southern Highbushes, and Rabbiteyes. I even have a Half Highbush variety. I too decided to try out the Little Giant variety. I ordered some from at least two different places. One place was one of the sites as mentioned above, and I ordered some from a reputable nursery. The ones that I ordered from the Info Commercial site were indeed very small. The others were of good size. Both have grown very vigerously (most blueberries do!) and are producing quite a lot of berries. Some blueberry varieties are more productive than others and the Little Giant do rate in the top group (not #1) of this category. The Southern Highbush variety ‘Abundance’ produces more and berries of much better quality. Little Giant berries are pretty good (although I have quite a few that are better), and the berry size is decently large. The berry taste as I said is pretty good. It has a little more acidity than advertised, but I do plan on installing a row or two in my orchard, as it rates high enough in tast and quality to sell. I did notice that if the berries are left on the bush too long after achieving what I call the loss of the red-back at the stem (if there is any redness at the berry stem area it will be subject to more tartness) then much care is needed when picking the berry or you will get a large wet tear (scar). Probably removal of this berry needs to be picked proberly at any time for this berry to avoid this problem, Yet when the berry comes loose without a large wet scar it is a nice looking berry! Still, probably the nicest looking berries with an excellent taste would have to be Abundance and Southmoon. I have read that Little Giant is rated as one of the highest blueberries in antioxident levels. Also this blueberry has a mix of four (4) different blueberry species in its pedigree, one of those being Vaccinium constablaei, which is rated as one of the best tasting of the Vaccinium species. All that being said, I believe that the Little Blueberry is a worthy investment.

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