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Blueberries
Vaccinium corybosum
Vaccinium corybosum x anguistifolium

Vaccinium angustifolium

 


Description:

Many reasons account for increased use of blueberries in the landscape including health benefits from the fruit’s antioxidant properties, landscape uses that include spectacular fall colors, hot pink and white flowers in spring, compact forms now available with lush bluish-green foliage and the biggest reason of all in that the fruits just taste so good in muffins, pancakes, pies, jams, jellies, cobblers and desserts besides just for fresh eating!

Just think of the money you’ll save by being able to pick your own blueberries right outside your back door as some mature plants bear up to 20 pounds of berries per year.

Great taste, health benefits and numerous landscape uses truly make blueberries the wonder shrub for all seasons!

Blueberry Variety Chart
 

Common Name: Blueberry
Botanical Name: Vaccinium corybosum
Vaccinium corybosum x anguistifolium

Vaccinium angustifolium
Type: Fruiting Deciduous Shrub
Soil Preference: Prefers an acidic soil with a pH of 5.5 to 6; likes lots of organic matter
Light
Requirements:
Full sun to partial shade
Attributes: Delicious fruits high in antioxidants, multi-season interest, spectacular fall color, colorful blooms
Pests: Few insect pests; if an insecticide is needed, use organic Neem Oil.  Since this is an edible crop, DO NOT use any type of chemical on these plants.
Diseases:  

Care:

An application of Holly-tone as directed in early spring and fall is all that is required although a 1-2" layer of mulch, such as Sweet Peet, will provide additional organic slow-release nutrients and help keep roots cool.

Care Instructions:  Blueberry
Planting Instructions: Rhododendron/Azalea

 

 

Varieties:
**list is categorized by type first then by fruiting time

This variety listing is for informational purposes only, it is not a catalog. 
To view our catalog or availability, click here

 

Northern Highbush Types
 
Blueberry 'Earliblue'
Earliblue Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 5-7
 
Description:

First to ripen and early to bloom, this upright bush produces stout canes with bright red wood, while displaying large glossy green leaves in the summer and brilliant mixed red colors in the fall.  Berries are light blue and large in size.  Plant where blueberries are well suited and avoid frost pockets.

Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/Cream
Fruiting Season: Very Early (June 25 - July 15 )
Fruit Size: Medium to Large
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Red, burgundy
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking, freezing

Blueberry 'Bluetta'
Bluetta Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: Bluetta is a great candidate for colder climates because it blooms a little later, yet ripens early.  It is very productive, yielding berries that are slightly dark and medium-sized, with a unique wild flavor.  Bluetta is compact in growth and has notable scarlet colors in fall, making it an excellent selection for edible landscaping.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Very Early (June 25 - July 15)
Fruit Size: Medium
Flavor: Tangy
Shape of Bush: Upright/Compact; 2-5 ft
Fall Color Red, scarlet
Primary Use: Cooking, baking

Blueberry 'Duke'
Duke Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: Duke is the most widely planted early ripening northern vareity, and for good reason.  Its a very heavy consistent producer with an attractive, firm, light blue high quality berry.  Duke blooms late but ripens early, which protects the blossoms from spring frosts.  Branches may droop to the ground when laden with fruit, prompting many gardeners to simply use a trellis for support.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early (July 5 - July 20)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Mildly Sweet
Shape of Bush: Stocky Upright; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Orange, yellow
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking, freezing

Blueberry 'Reka'
Reka Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 5-7
 
Description: Reka was selected and developed in New Zealand. It is vigorous, fast growing and adapts well to a wide range of northern climates and soil types. Gardeners will marvel at Rekas bountiful yields of early ripening, medium sized, tasty berries. Burgundy red fall color is an added landscape bonus!
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early (July 7 - July 25)
Fruit Size: Medium to Large
Flavor: Excellent
Shape of Bush: Upright/vigorous; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Red, burgundy
Primary Use: Cooking, freezing

Blueberry 'Spartan'
Spartan Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 5-7
 
Description: Spartan is one of the most attractive, easy to pick and best flavored blueberries, making it a favorite at farm market stands and with home gardeners. Spartan can be particular about soil types, requiring a site with light, well-drained soils and abundant organic matter.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early (July 7 - July 21)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Tangy Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Yellow, orange
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Patriot'
Patriot Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: Patriot was selected for home gardeners who desire a cold-hardy variety that bears consistent crops. Patriot’s low growing bush reflects its partial lowbush parentage. It is adaptable to many soil types and may perform better in wetter soils than many other varieties. Patriot makes an excellent landscape variety with its showy white blooms in the spring, dark green summer foliage, and fiery orange-red fall colors.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early (July 7 - July 21)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Tangy
Shape of Bush: Open Spreading; 3-5 ft
Fall Color Fiery red, yellow-orange
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Northland'
Northland Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: Northland is the most cold-hardy Highbush variety. It is easy to grow and adaptable to many different soil types. This very productive variety often yields over 20 pounds per bush when mature. The berries are excellent for jams and baking because of their high sugar content. The bright yellow wood and compact shape makes Northland a good candidate for landscaping, especially when grouped with other compact varieties like Bluetta or Patriot.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early-Mid (July 10 - 25)
Fruit Size: Medium
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright/spreading; 4-7 ft
Fall Color Yellow, orange
Primary Use: Cooking, freezing

Blueberry 'Bluejay'
Bluejay Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: Bluejay grows rapidly and is relatively easy to establish. Long, loose clusters of light blue fruit will hang on the bush for long periods without loss of quality, making it one of the best berries for freezing, pies, and even for canning. Light green colored leaves in summer reveal bright yellow canes and branches in winter.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early-Mid (July 14-30)
Fruit Size: Medium
Flavor: Mild
Shape of Bush: Upright; 6-7 ft
Fall Color Orange, yellow
Primary Use: Cooking, freezing

Blueberry 'Jelly Bean'
Jelly Bean Northern Highbush Brazel Berry Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description:

A Brazleberries™ introduction producing a bumper crop of large, flavorful blueberries mid-summer with super sweet flavor like homemade blueberry jelly. Brilliant green new foliage emerges in spring which gives way to darker greens with red hues throughout the summer and fall. You will absolutely love this distinctive little gem of a blueberry!

Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 14 - Aug 5)
Fruit Size: Medium-Large
Flavor: Sweet; Like homemade Jelly
Shape of Bush: Dwarf; 1-2 ft
Fall Color Green w/red margins
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Peach Sorbet'
Peach Sorbet Northern Highbush Brazel Berry Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description:

A four-season showstopper, this compact blueberry is stunning with leaves ranging from peach to pink to orange to emerald green. Spring's white, bell-shaped flowers will give way to an abundant summer crop of healthy, sweet blueberries mid-summer.  In decorative patio containers, Peach Sorbet is beautiful all by itself or mixed in as an accent with other ornamental plants.

Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 14 - Aug 5)
Fruit Size: Medium-Large
Flavor: Sweet; tropical essence
Shape of Bush: Dwarf; 1.5-2 ft
Fall Color Purple w/bright pink stems
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Blueray'
Blueray Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: An old favorite and versatile variety, Blueray performs particularly well in areas with hot summers or very cold winters, and produces high quality berries with outstanding dessert flavor. The stunning rosy pink flowers turn bright white when in full bloom.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: Pink to Cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 14 - Aug 5)
Fruit Size: Very Large
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright/open; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Bright red, yellow
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Toro'
Blueray Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: Toro continues to amaze us with its easy to pick berries that hang like grapes from the stocky bush. While not as fast a grower as some of the other varieties, Toro has outstanding ornamental qualities. The flowers turn from hot pink to bright white and contrast nicely with the bronze colored spring foliage. Deep green summer foliage turns to the brightest of reds in the fall.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: Pink to Cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 14 - Aug 1)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Mildly sweet
Shape of Bush: Stocky/upright; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Crimson red, yellow
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Hardyblue'
Hardyblue Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: Hardyblue is an old established variety in the Pacific Northwest that is known for heavy crops of superior flavored, sweet berries. The dark blue fruit is perfect for muffins and pancakes. Hardyblue has a reputation for being adaptable to many soil types, including heavier clay soils. The dark red wood is striking in a winter landscape.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 14 - Aug 1)
Fruit Size: Medium
Flavor: Very Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Bright red
Primary Use: Cooking, freezing

Blueberry 'Bluegold'
Bluegold Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: Cold-hardy Bluegold is perfect for landscaping. Fall foliage and winter wood are a golden yellow, followed by bright-white blooms in the spring. The sky blue colored berries form large clusters that are easy to pick.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 15 - Aug 5)
Fruit Size: Medium to Large
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Compact/globe; 3-5 ft
Fall Color Yellow
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking & freezing

Blueberry 'Bluecrop'
Bluecrop Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: 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.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 14 - Aug 10)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright/open; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Red
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking & freezing

Blueberry 'Berkeley'
Berkeley Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 5-7
 
Description: Berkeley is one of the most popular home garden varieties. This handsome, easy to grow bush is an excellent producer in mild climates. Bright yellow wood in the winter contrasts nicely with red wooded varieties. Avoid planting in colder exposed areas or areas prone to frost pockets.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid-Late (July 14 - Aug 10)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Mild
Shape of Bush: Stocky/spreading; 5-7 ft
Fall Color Yellow, orange, red
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Bonus'
Bonus Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description:

Very good hardiness and very good
productivity. Bushes are vigorous and fruit is very large, very firm, medium blue with very good flavor. Bonus blueberries are quarter to half-dollar size which makes them the largest blueberries on the market today!

Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid-Late (July 14 - Aug 21)
Fruit Size: Very Large (one of the biggest!)
Flavor: Excellent
Shape of Bush: Upright; 5-6 ft
Fall Color Unkown
Primary Use: Fresh, Cooking, Baking
 

Blueberry 'Chandler'
Chandler Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: Chandler holds the distinction of being the world’s largest blueberry. The long ripening season will provide gardeners with a bounty of flavorful, fresh picked fruit for up to six weeks. Eaten by the handful or presented with a specialty dessert, Chandler will be a favorite.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid-Late (July 14 - Aug 21)
Fruit Size: Very Large (one of the biggest!)
Flavor: Mild
Shape of Bush: Slightly spreading; 5-6 ft
Fall Color Wine, orange
Primary Use: Cooking, freezing

Blueberry 'Nelson'
Nelson Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: The very large, highly flavorful sweet fruits ripen in abundance in mid-summer. The firm, succulent, light-blue berries are excellent fresh, frozen, baked, or preserved. Small pinkish-white urn-shaped flowers precede the fruits. The oval glossy green leaves turn fiery colors in fall. Conspicuous purple-red twigs provide winter interest.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid-Late (July 21 - Aug 14)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright/open; 4-6 ft,vigorous
Fall Color Fiery red, orange
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking, baking.

Blueberry 'Pink Lemonade'
Pink Lemonade Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description:

The world’s only pink blueberry!  In spring, the glossy green foliage is dotted with small, sweetly fragrant shell-pink blooms. The mid-sized fruit begins pale green, then gradually blushes pink before ripening to a deep rosy shade. Foliage turns to brilliant reddish-orange in fall. Even in winter, russet-red bare stems keep 'Pink Lemonade' interesting. Click on image above for larger size.

More information on Pink Lemonade:
http://www.pinklemonade-blueberry.com/
 

Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid-Late (July 21 - Aug 14)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Mild, Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright/open; 4-5 ft
Fall Color Reddish, Orange
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking, baking

Blueberry 'Rubel'
Rubel Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: A true wild Highbush blueberry discovered in the early 1900’s, Rubel has remained popular due to its delectable full-flavored small berries, perfect for pies and muffins. As blueberries have gained attention due to their extremely high antioxidant levels, research has shown that Rubel scores higher than most others, truly the reigning “king” of health foods! Rubel is cold-hardy and a consistent producer.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid-Late (July 21 - Aug 14)
Fruit Size: Small
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright/open; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Orange, red, burgundy
Primary Use: Cooking, baking

Blueberry 'Brigitta'
Brigitta Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 5-8
 
Description: This easy to grow hybrid from Australia yields one of the highest quality berries available. The flavor strikes a perfect balance — sweet yet slightly tart. Brigitta berries possess an amazing shelf life. Very long lasting in the fridge - we have stored them for over a month in the refrigerator and they were still crisp and tasted great! The bush is a fast grower with deep green foliage and bronze tinted new growth. Plant alongside Bluecrop for best results.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Late (July 21 - Aug 14)
Fruit Size: Medium to Large
Flavor: Sweet Tart
Shape of Bush: Upright/open; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Orange, red, burgundy
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking, baking

Blueberry 'Legacy'
Legacy Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 5-8
 
Description: This interesting release from the USDA Blueberry Research Station in New Jersey keeps many of its leaves through mild winters, and offers a very different look in the landscape. Foliage turns crimson in colder climates, but here on the West Coast the leaves stay green with lighter fall hues. Legacy is both a vigorous grower and heavy producer, rating as one of the best flavored varieties in USDA trials.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Late (July 25 - Aug 21)
Fruit Size: Medium to Large
Flavor: Robust
Shape of Bush: Open/spreading; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Crimson
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking, baking

Blueberry 'Jersey'
Jersey Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: One of the oldest and most widely grown of all varieties, Jersey is a favorite for home gardeners wanting an easy to grow bush that produces reliably heavy late season crops year after year. This bush tolerates a wide range of soil types, and the small to medium sized, sweet tasting fruit is a favorite for baking.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Late (July 25 - Aug 21)
Fruit Size: Medium
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Upright; 6-8 ft
Fall Color Orange flame
Primary Use: Cooking, freezing

Blueberry 'Darrow'
Darrow Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 5-7
 
Description: Darrow boasts one of the largest berries of all cultivars, yielding fruit that will cover a quarter. The berries are slightly flat and light blue with a memorable robust flavor, making them well worth every gardener’s effort.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Late (Aug 1 - 30)
Fruit Size: Large
Flavor: Juicy Robust
Shape of Bush: Upright; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Orange, red
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Elliot'
Elliot Northern Highbush Blueberry
zones 4-7
 
Description: With this variety, home gardeners can enjoy fresh berries clear through September. Bright burgundy colored wood accents the grey-green foliage and sky blue berries. The late bloom period that avoids most spring frosts and the typically heavy bud set warrants extra pruning, but the bountiful crops of larger fruit are worth the effort. The berry can be quite tart unless picked fully ripe.
Type: Northern Highbush
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Very Late (Aug 7 - Sept 1)
Fruit Size: Medium to Large
Flavor: Tangy
Shape of Bush: Upright; 4-6 ft
Fall Color Deep red, wine
Primary Use: Fresh
 
Half-High Types
 
Blueberry 'Polaris'
Polaris Half-High Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: Polaris, a 1996 release from Minnesota, is recommended where a cold-hardy, early ripening companion to Northblue or Chippewa is desired. The berries are aromatic and very sweet. For best pollination and fruit set, plant Polaris alongside other cold hardy varieties.
Type: Half-High Blueberry
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early (July 7-21)
Fruit Size: Medium
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Compact/upright; 3-4 ft
Fall Color Red
Primary Use: Cooking, baking

Blueberry 'Northcountry'
Northcountry Half-High Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: Northcountry grows slightly larger than Northsky, reaching 3 feet in diameter. It displays compact bush characteristics similar to Northsky, but is more vigorous and adaptable in less than optimum soil types. Yields will range between 2 to 5 pounds per mature bush. With its dark green summer foliage and scarlet fall color, Northcountry is one of the best varieties for the edible landscape.
Type: Half-High Blueberry
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early-Mid (July 7-25)
Fruit Size: Medium
Flavor: Wild
Shape of Bush: Compact/spreading; 1.5-2 ft
Fall Color Red, scarlet
Primary Use: Fresh, cooking, baking

Blueberry 'Chippewa'
Chippewa Half-High Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: Chippewa is also a 1996 release from Minnesota. The bush is slightly larger than Polaris and more upright than Northblue. Berries are sky blue and the largest of all Half-High varieties. Yields averaging between 3 to 7 pounds per bush at maturity are common.
Type: Half-High Blueberry
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 10-21)
Fruit Size: Medium to Large
Flavor: Sweet
Shape of Bush: Compact/upright; 3-4 ft
Fall Color Red
Primary Use: Fresh

Blueberry 'Northsky'
Northsky Half-High Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: Northsky is the most cold-hardy of all blueberries and can survive extreme winter conditions. Even in warmer areas, Northsky has been quite popular as a wonderful addition to the landscape, being particularly well suited for container growing, borders or group plantings. The bush grows 2-3 feet wide and begins spring completely covered in snow-white blooms. The foliage is dense, with small glossy green leaves in summer. Yields range from 1-2 pounds per bush.
Type: Half-High Blueberry
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 10 -21)
Fruit Size: Small
Flavor: Wild
Shape of Bush: Compact mound; 1 to1.5 ft
Fall Color Red, burgundy
Primary Use: Cooking, baking

Blueberry 'Northblue'
Northblue Half-High Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: Northblue is a proven producer of quality fruit in cold climates, yielding 3 — 7 pounds per mature bush. The fruit has a “wild” taste that makes it excellent for baking or fresh eating. Northblue has survived winter temperatures to minus 35F, although production is maximized when snow protection is adequate. Recommended for those desiring a higher yielding cold-hardy variety.
Type: Half-High Blueberry
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 10-25)
Fruit Size: Medium
Flavor: Wild
Shape of Bush: Upright/open; 2-3 ft
Fall Color Red, burgundy
Primary Use: Fresh

Wild Lowbush Types
 
Blueberry 'Burgundy'
Burgundy Wild Lowbush Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: V. angustifolium ‘Burgundy’. A standout selection from Maine, Burgundy has small but distinctive foliage: bronzy colored new growth in spring, delicate gray-green leaves in summer, and deep burgundy fall colors. The berries are the size of small peas, light blue, and are presented for easy picking around the outside of each compact plant. Growth takes place as underground stems spread. Mature size is about 3’ wide by 1’ tall.
Type: Wild Lowbush Blueberry
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 5-15)
Fruit Size: Small
Flavor: Wild
Shape of Bush: Spreading ground cover; 1 ft
Fall Color Burgundy
Primary Use: Ornamental

Blueberry 'Brunswick'
Brunswick Wild Lowbush Blueberry
zones 3-7
Description: V. angustifolium ‘Brunswick’. Originally from Nova Scotia, we noticed Brunswick growing vigorously right here in Oregon, in a Willamette Valley trial plot. Brunswick forms a dense ground cover 8" — 12" high. The dark green glossy rounded leaves are a perfect backdrop to the sky blue pea sized fruit. Brunswick scores high style points with amazing red fall colors.
Type: Wild Lowbush Blueberry
Bloom Color:  
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 5-15)
Fruit Size: Small
Flavor: Wild
Shape of Bush: Ground Cover; 1.5-2 ft
Fall Color Red, orange
Primary Use: Ornamental

Blueberry 'Ruby Carpet'
Ruby Carpet Wild Lowbush Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description:

Plant these lowbush blueberry varieties together to create a fiery landscape in autumn with their hues of ruby red and blazing orange. In addition to its ornamental use, Ruby Carpet produces tasty small fruit that are perfect for baking.

Type: Wild Lowbush Blueberry
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Early-Mid (July 5-15)
Fruit Size: Small
Flavor: Sweet, Wild
Shape of Bush: Ground Cover, 8-12"
Fall Color Ruby Red
Primary Use: Baking

Blueberry 'Top Hat'
Top Hat Wild Lowbush Blueberry
zones 3-7
 
Description: V. corymbosum x V. angustifolium. A perfect name for this dwarf cultivar as it grows 1' – 2' high and wide. Top Hat is the result of crossing a short stature Highbush with a compact, small Lowbush Blueberry. Plentiful white blooms in spring give way to attractive light blue berries that are pea sized and larger. Top Hat is perfect for defined border plantings or growing in patio containers. It also makes an excellent candidate for a bonsai project.
Type: Wild Lowbush Blueberry
Bloom Color: White/cream
Fruiting Season: Mid (July 5-15)
Fruit Size: Small
Flavor: Wild
Shape of Bush: Globe; 1-2 ft
Fall Color Red, orange
Primary Use: Fresh
 

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