This popular and widely grown variety features large, sweet, flavorful, powder-blue berries, which ripen over the course of a month in mid summer. Bluecrop is also prized for its striking, crimson red, fall foliage.
This outstanding selection from Maine, bears abundant crops of sweet and tasty, light blue berries. A fine ornamental shrub as well, its gray-green foliage is accented by burgundy-colored new growth.
One of the largest blueberries, this outstanding selection from New Jersey bears spectacular, cherry-size, sweet and flavorful fruit. Chandler begins ripening in mid-summer and harvest extends over several weeks.
Vaccinium corymbosum x V. angustifolium
Bred at the University of Minnesota, this 3-4 ft. tall, compact shrub produces abundant crops of light blue, sweet and tasty berries which ripen in July, Chippewa is also an attractive ornamental shrub with beautiful, reddish fall foliage.
This unique and productive variety features very large, quarter-size, dark blue berries with delectable, sweet-tart flavor.
One of the earliest Blueberries to ripen, Duke bears good crops of sweet, firm, and very flavorful fruit. Duke bears abundant annual crops of powder-blue berries, which begin ripening in early July.
Emerald (USPP 12,165)
This new, patented variety from Florida bears extremely heavy crops of large, sweet and flavorful, medium-blue berries. an excellent variety for Northwest gardens and for other regions with mild winters. Emerald is hardy to about 0°F.
This attractive shrub makes a fine ornamental and is prized for its abundant crops of large, light blue, sweet and flavorful berries. Legacy is hardy to minus 20°F. and holds onto its attractive, golden colored leaves throughout the winter!