Blueberries require two different varieties to produce a larger harvest.
Blueberries are sold in pairs; you will receive one of each variety in a package of two, two of each in a package of four, five of each in a package of ten.
The most popular home garden variety of blueberry. Produces the largest and sweetest fruit of all.
The fruit is great eaten fresh with fine flavor, firmness and appearance. It also exhibits a long shelf life for storage.
Late mid-season, medium to large size berries, are a light, powder blue. Height: 4′ – 6′
Considered the best all around variety for adaptability, consistent yields, high quality fruit and disease resistance. There are other varieties with better ornamental value but none perform better in the garden. Bluecrop is perhaps the most widely planted variety in the U.S.
A great blueberry plant for colder climates. Produces big clusters of large, all-purpose berries — perfect in salads or pies, or served with cream.
Large to very large, firm, bright light-blue berries. Ripens in July
Can yield 10 – 20 pounds at maturity with proper care.
Self-pollinating blooms, but cross-pollination produces the best fruit crop. Height: 4′ – 6′.
Blueberries require acidic soil for good growth.