The same exceptional flavor of a wild blueberry. In spring, white flowers give way to small to medium-size berries that will give you a taste of the Northern wilds. Early-mid season. Cold-hardy. Ripens in late June to early July. Self-pollinating, but will yield larger crops if pollinated with Northblue. Reddish stems can be attractive in winter.
PEAT MOSS ENRICHED SOIL, REQUIRES A MOIST, VERY ACIDIC, WELL-DRAINED
RIPENS IN JULY; PLANT TWO VARIETIES FOR INCREASED FRUIT PRODUCTION