|Abilities||When played: Do 2 Damage.|
|Loves to make Zombies sing the blues.|
Bluesberry is a premium uncommon plant card in Plants vs. Zombies Heroes, and a member of the Kabloom class. It costs 5 to play, and has 3/3. It does not have any traits, and its ability does 2 damage to a selected zombie or the zombie hero when it is played. Its zombie counterparts are Conga Zombie and Foot Soldier Zombie.
It is based on a blueberry, a perennial flowering plant with indigo-colored berries.
Its name is a portmanteau of "blues", a genre of music, and "blueberry", the real-life plant it is based on.
- Class: Kabloom
- Tribe: Berry Plant
- Traits: None
- Ability: When played: Do 2 Damage.
- Set - Rarity: Premium - Uncommon
Loves to make Zombies sing the blues.
Bluesberry does not have very good stats for a plant that costs 5 sun. However, its ability to do 2 damage to a selected target may be useful, as it can weaken or destroy a zombie, or possibly finish off the zombie hero. A niche and situational, but rather practical use, is that because of its ability, can be used to substitute a Berry Blast for weaker zombies, and even give a bonus plant for an additional 3 sun. Additionally, its stats make it invulnerable to most instant-kill tricks.
If you have Sergeant Strongberry in your deck, you can play that first and then the Bluesberry so its ability can do 4 damage to a zombie or the zombie hero, which is enough to defeat most basic zombies or even finish off your opponent.
Bluesberry's stats are pretty low, so you should have something to destroy it easily on the fifth turn. Do beware of its ability, however, as it can either destroy an important zombie or put it in destroying range. Having high-health zombies also helps lessen the destruction from its ability. Camel Crossing and Possessed can easily reverse the damage done by Bluesberry. As a last resort, using Shrink Ray on it can reduce its strength to 0. However, the easiest way to destroy it is with Squirrel Herder's ability, since it can destroy Bluesberry instantly due to it being a berry plant.
- It is a reference to how people often use saxophones to play "the blues."
- Its design is very similar to the unused Blueberries plant from Plants vs. Zombies: All Stars.
- If one listens carefully, the tune the Bluesberry plays upon attacking a Zombie is part of the main refrain of the game's soundtrack.