We love blueberries! So much that we bring in almost 30 varieties of
Blueberries every year. Here's a current list of our available
Aurora: Very Late. New variety, one of the latest
ripening. Selected for its large berry and improved sweet-tangy flavor
this variety will extend your harvest well into September! A little more
spreading than erect, 5-6’ tall.
Bluecrop: Mid season. Bluecrop is perhaps the most
widely planted variety in the U.S. A reliable producer of large high
quality fruit of classic sweet blueberry flavor. 4-6’ tall, upright open
Blueray: Midseason. An old favorite. This variety is a
heavy producer of high quality large, powder blue berries that have an
outstanding dessert flavor. Performs well in areas with hot summers and
very cold winters. Stunning rosy pink flowers fade to a bright white in
full bloom. This upright and open growing bush can reach 5 feet.
Brigitta: Late. Fresh from Australia. This variety
yields one of the highest quality berries available. The large, light
blue berries are perfectly balanced between sweet, yet slightly tart
flavor with a firm, crisp texture. Brigitta blueberries store well,
maintaining their texture and flavor for over a month in the
refrigerator. The slightly spreading bush is a fast grower to 4-5’ tall,
with deep green foliage and bronze tinted new growth.
Chandler: Mid to late season. Delicious cherry-sized
berries ripen over a period of six weeks. Not only is the fruit
enormous, but it has delicious flavor to boot. The vigorous shrub has a
slightly spreading habit, growing to 5-6’ tall, spreading slightly
wider. Large glossy green leaves turn orange and yellow in the fall.
Particular about soil types, Chandler requires well drained sandy loam
with lots of organic matter.
Chippewa: Midseason. Large, very light blue fruit with
an excellent sweet flavor yielding an average of 4-7 pounds of berries
when bushes are mature. An introduction from Minnesota, very cold hardy.
Darrow: Late. This variety produces one of the largest
blueberries of all, with some actually reaching half-dollar size! The
slightly flat, light blue fruit has a delightful robust flavor to go
with its robust size. Little surprise that the bush is vigorous as well,
reaching 5-6’ tall, and 4’ wide. Good red orange fall colored leaves.
Draper: Mid-season. A newer variety fast becoming one
of the favorites of u-pick farms! Ripening is concentrated for easier
picking and processing. Large yields of crisp, sweet-flavored light blue
berries are quick to pick as berries release easily from the loose
clusters. A strong growing shrub, bushes grow 4-8’ tall.
Duke: Early. Known to be reliable and productive, this
very popular variety produces plentiful crops of large, firm, tangy but
sweet, powder-blue fruit. When mature, one bush can produce up to 20
pounds of berries! One of the leading commercial varieties. Grows 5-6
Earliblue: Very early. Large, light blue fruit with
excellent flavor is among the first to ripen. This tall, erect shrub
grows 5-6’ tall with bright red stems and large, glossy green leaves.
Elliott: Very Late. Enjoy fresh berries clear through
September! This variety yields sky blue berries which can be quite tart
unless picked fully ripe. Bright burgundy colored stems accent the
gray-green foliage. The late bloom period and heavy bud set warrants
extra pruning but will assure gardeners bountiful crops of larger fruit.
Hardyblue: Midseason. Known for its superior flavored,
exceptionally sweet berries. Adaptable to many soil types including clay
soils, but it is beneficial to add plenty of compost when planting. This
4-6’ tall, upright vigorous bush yields heavy crops of medium sized,
dark blue fruit that are great for baking.
Jersey: Late season. The plump medium blue fruit is
large, sweet and juicy. A great variety for both fresh eating and
freezing, its nickname is Baker’s Favorite. One of the oldest and most
dependable varieties, the shrub grows upright to 6’+ and is a long lived
productive addition to the landscape. Orange-red flame fall foliage.
Legacy: Late. Vigorous, evergreen shrub reaching 6 feet
tall and spreading a bit wider. This variety is referred to as the ‘Gold
Bush’ due to its heavy production. The berries are medium-large, light
blue with an excellent robust flavor.
Liberty: Late. The berries are very flavorful, sky blue
in color, firm and slightly flattened. Big crops can be enjoyed during
early growing years. A consistent bearer in colder climates, this
variety will take fluctuating spring and fall temperatures without
flower bud damage. Grows 4-6’ tall and wide. A cross between Brigatta X
Elliot, displaying the best characteristics of both.
Northblue: Midseason. Produces 3-7 pounds of large,
excellent quality berries per mature bush that are great for baking and
fresh eating. Flavor of wild mountain blueberries. Plant height only
reaches about 2-3 feet high and wide. Very cold hardy.
Northcountry: Early to mid season. This variety has a
compact growth habit reaching to about 2 feet high and 3 feet wide with
dark green foliage. Produces medium sized fruit with an appealing sweet,
“wild” blueberry flavor.
Northland: Early to mid season. One of the most
cold-hardy varieties grown. Matures to a compact 4 feet high and wide
bush. Produces up to 20 pounds of berries per bush of medium sized,
sweet dark-blue fruit, perfect for jams and baking. Easy to grow and
adaptable to many soil types.
Northsky: Midseason. This cold hardy bush grows to a
low compact mound about 12-18 inches tall and 2-3 feet wide. Takes off
in spring covered in snow-white blooms which turn to small, sky blue,
wild flavored berries. Particularly well suited for container growing,
borders, or group plantings in the landscape.
Patriot: Early. This low growing, spreading bush
reaches about 4 feet tall and produces between 10 and 20 pounds of
large, dark blue, highly flavored berries at maturity. Performs well in
many soil types including wetter soils.
Polaris: Early. Cold hardy and early ripening, this is
a very aromatic and sweet blueberry. Compact grower, 3-4’high and wide.
For best pollination and fruit set plant with other cold hardy
blueberries like Chippewa or Northblue.
Reka: Early. Developed in New Zealand, Reka is a
vigorous growing variety to 5’high, adapting well to a wide range of
soil types. The bountiful yields of early ripening fruit are medium
sized, sweet and crisp.
Rubel: Mid-Late. A true wild Highbush blueberry, Rubel
has remained popular since early 1900’s due to its full-flavored small
berries that are perfect for baking and pies. Rubel is one of the
highest antioxidant levels of all blueberries. Very cold hardy and a
consistent bearer. Upright grower 4’-5’.
Spartan: Early. Spartan is one of the most attractive,
easy to pick and best flavored blueberry varieties for home growers. The
large berries are tangy sweet in taste. Upright grower 4’-5’
Top Hat: Midseason. A dwarf cultivar, growing to about
1 ˝ feet high and wide. Plentiful white blooms in spring give way to pea
sized light blue berries. This blueberry is perfect for defined border
plantings or growing in pots.
Toro: Midseason. Outstanding ornamental bush, producing
full, heavy clusters of giant, sky blue berries of sweet blueberry
flavor. The flowers turn from hot pink to bright white, contrasting with
the bronze colored spring foliage. Deep green summer foliage turns to
blazing red in the fall. Upright 4’5’ tall.
Evergreen Huckleberry ‘Native Star’: Tasty wild huckleberries in
your own garden! Huckleberry fruit tastes best when allowed to go
through the first frost before picking. The handsome evergreen foliage
makes this plant a great addition to the landscape. The shrubs do best
in part sun to shade, but produces the most fruit in sunny sites.
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