Northern Highbush Type Bushes

Northern highbush blueberry plants are the most widely planted blueberries in the world. These plants are vigorous and very cold-hardy, making them perfect for growers in cooler climates and northern regions. These varieties display bush shapes from short and compact to tall and open.  The berries range in size from ¼" to over 1" in diameter, and in color from almost black to light powder blue. Northern Highbush requires a minimum of 800 chilling hours for proper fruit set. All cultivars are self-fertile but will produce better crops if more than one variety is planted. As a landscape bonus, lovely flowers blossom on these bushes in spring, while gorgeous foliage looks beautiful in summer and turns to stunning colors in fall. This all-purpose fruit is delicious when eaten fresh, served with cream or used to make salads or pies.

Berkley

Mid-season ripening, Berkley produces a large and firm light blue fruit.


Bluechip

Drought tolerant and self fertile, Bluechip is a semi-upright growing plant the produces medium size excellent flavored berries that ripen mid season.

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Blue Crop

Early to mid season ripening, Blue crop has loose fruit clusters of large firm berries of a good flavor. These are upright and vigorous growers and are very productive as well as hardy and drought resistant.


Blue Gold

Being the easiest for hand harvesting due to its high yielding, mid season ripening, excellent fruit quality that produces in large firm clusters. Bluegold is tolerant of extremely cold temperatures.


Blue Jay

With a vigorous and upright growth pattern, Blue Jay produces large firm fruit that is early to mid season ripening.

 

Blue Ray

Having large tight fruit clusters with berries of a great size, firmness and sweetness, Its upright and vigorous productivity is early to mid season ripening.

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Bluetta

Very early ripening, highly productive with medium sized tangy fruit that are slightly dark in color.

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Bounty

Early to mid season ripening with very large fruit, Bounty has excellent flavored berries that are light blue in color.


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Chandler

With Chandlers mid to late season ripening, it has high yields, with large fruit and a great upright growth habit.


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Duke

Being a good ornamental plant, Duke is early ripening with its upright vigorous and consistently high yielding growth. These berries are medium to large in size with great color and firmness.


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Earliblue

Upright, vigorous growth with dark green foilage, these early season ripening berries are aromatic, light colored, and medium to large in size.

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Echota

Self fertile, Echota produces mid to late season ripening light blue high quality fruit. These berries have excellent shelf life as well as the bush is very consistent in production with a vigorous upright growth.


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Elizabeth

Being upright and slightly spreading, as well as high yielding and dependable for their very large medium blue berries that come in loose clusters ripening in mid to late season.

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Elliott

One of the few late season ripening Northern highbush plants, Elliot produces small to medium firm light blue fruit. With its upright growth, Elliott is a good ornamental plant.


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Jersey

Another one of our late season ripening plants, its long loose fruit clusters are filled with medium to large sized, firm, great tasting berries. Being very hardy, productive, upright and vigorous, Jersey is a fast growing ornamental plant.

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Late Blue

Being mid to late season ripening, Late blue produces medium to large size sweet berries that are great for baking, freezing, or canning.

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