This cultivar was bred to withstand cold winters.
Late spring white bell-shaped flowers bloom and turn into clusters of sweet-tasting blueberries.
The fruit is small in size with a wild berry taste.
Stunning, bright red to orange fall color! Can be used as a hedging plant or grown in containers.
Blueberries like acidic soil. They prefer soil with a pH of 4.5 to 5.5
Pollination: Self-pollinating but for best results cross with another blueberry plant.
Ripens: midseason (Early July)
Years to bear fruit: 2-3
Exposure: Full sun
Photo courtesy Bailey Nurseries, Inc