Some of the other names this plant goes by are Small flower Blueberry or Southern High Bush Blueberry and is perfect for United States zones 6 through 9. This blueberry shrub is a beautiful perennial plant that produces dark blue almost black fruit and when ready for consumption will be a pale blue-gray due to it's thin wax coating. The flowers that bloom are white and oblong shaped clusters which is fantastic for hummingbirds and butterflies. Birds are extremely attracted to the plant as well for its fruits and flowers. The flowers are hermaphrodites and come in pale pink to near white color. This plant shows the most success when it's being pollinated by bees. Allow the bees to do their job and this Rabbiteye blueberry will thrive. This particular blueberry plant is beloved for the sweet juicy flavors it's blueberries create. It's perfect for jams, jellies, syrups, breads, muffins and more! Not only will this plant make a beautiful addition to your garden, you also get to benefit and enjoy it's produce. In the fall it's adored for the bright orange and red colors it creates. Be careful not to over water this plant; keep it's watering schedule in moderation. This plant is best year round planted in the ground but can also be successful in a large pot if desired. The preferred soil PH level is 4.5 or below, very acidic. In regards to placement in your yard this shrub is perfect in full sun, partial shade or fully shaded areas. It's extremely versatile in location which also makes this plant very desirable. You can enjoy this plant for it's fruit and use it as a hedge at the same time. This plant is tolerant to both humidity and drought, but that doesn't mean you should forget to give this plant some water sometimes. If you have other plants that are sensitive to wind you might consider using the Rabbiteye Blueberry plant as a windbreaker to help shelter those plants.