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Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.)
Blueberries (Vaccinium spp.) With a mix of early, mid and late varieties, blueberry season can extend over 3 months
Blueberries are delicious for fresh eating, preserving or in baked desserts. Berries are very high in antioxidants and other phyto nutrients, which studies have shown are good for preventing cancer, preserving eyesight and slowing the ageing process. These long-lived and productive ornamental bushes are attractive in bloom and have brilliant gold to red fall color. They also grow well in containers. Bushes grow 3-6 feet at maturity. They are partially self-fertile, but produce better with a second variety for a pollinator. We offer both southern and northern varieties to meet the needs of gardeners in varying climates
Mid-late ripening Northern high bush variety has large loose clusters of large firm light blue fruit. Vigorous spreading bushes are heavy yielding of mild sweet fruits with high dessert quality. Very popular home garden variety. One of our late season fa
Midseason northern highbush-Standard against which all else are compared. Heavy producing vigorous upright bushes withstand hot weather better than most. Berries are large and sweet with a pleasing sub-acid flavor. Splendid red fall color. Zones 4-8.
Midseason northern highbush. Cold hardy variety that grows into a compact round bush excellent for landscaping. Foliage and winter wood turn a golden yellow. Delicious berries are firm sweet abundant and produced in large clusters. Zones 4-8.
Early midseason Northern highbush. Vigorous upright productive bush produces large light blue fruit that is firm with an excellent aromatic flavor. Old time favorite has beautiful burgundy fall color. Zones 4-8.
Northern highbush. Extra large bright blue berries are very good and sweet, with a mild acidity. Known to consistently produce 12 to 15 pounds of mid-season ripening berries. The hardy disease resistant bushes grow 5 to 6 feet. Zones 7- 4
Late season Northern Highbush. New Australian variety produces superior quality berries that have a firm crisp texture and sweet flavor with a hint of tartness. Excellent productive late variety has beautiful bright red fall color.
High quality mid-size berries are very sweet with a well balanced, complex and aromatic flavor and a pleasing light blur color. Spreading bush grows 4 feet tall and is easy to pick. Known to consistently produce 10 to 15 pounds per plant. Hardy to zone
This 1994 USDA northern highbush release has extremely large fruit (45 berries per 8 ounce cup), that are sweet with excellent flavor. Ripening date is late mid-season. Strong growing bush is upright and spreading reaching 5 to 6 feet at maturity and can
This rabbiteye type cultivar is an excellent pollinator for other B and C varieties. Mid- late season and heavy bearing of large, good quality fruit. Vigorous variety grows 6 to 10 feet tall and has good ornamental value. Zones 7b-9a.
Early season Northern Highbush. This consistently large sweet and tasty early berry is a favorite here at home as well as with our farmers market customers. Extremely productive and one of the most widely commercially planted blueberries. Zones 4-8.
This older New Jersey northern highbush variety has very large fruit (50 berries per cup) that are prized for their outstanding flavor. Vigorous bush grows 6 feet tall and is recommended for zones 4b through 9b.
Leading Late season Northern Highbush will extend your berry picking an extra month. Ripens over a long period. Upright and slightly spreading bush produces medium sized powder blue firm slightly tart berries. Heavy producer with bright orange red long
Earliest ripening northern highbush variety has medium-large fruit with excellent sweet, sub-acid, mild flavored fruit. High yielding for an early variety the bush grows about 4 to 5 feet tall. Zones 5-7b.
This variety of Vaccinium pallidumis native to Oklahoma up to Maine and Minnesota. Densely formed rhizomatous plants grow 2 to 4 feet tall and make small colonies. Sweet, aromatic fruits are very small (1000 per pound). Plant does well in drier soil tha
Medium to small berries are borne on long clusters and are considered to be the best flavored among blueberry connoisseurs. Berries ripen mid-late season and are great for fresh eating, preserves and cooking. Michigans number 1 processing berry.Large and
This 1993 USDA highbush cultivar is vigorous and consistently high yielding. The medium size superior fruits are highly sweet with a pleasant acid balance. Resistant to diseases of warmer climates the upright bush grows 5 to 6 feet tall at maturity. Zones
This unique cross of Vaccinium constablaei and V. ashei was selected by A.D. Draper at the USDA station in Beltsville MD. The extremely small fruit (1000 per pound) is considered the best flavored of all blueberry cultivars. Tufts University testing has
Early season Southern high bush has superior yields, flavor and fruit quality. Attractive bright blue green foliage highlights its bright pink spring flowers. Medium large berries are of a excellent quality. This very vigorous bush tends to be evergree