Botanical Name: Vaccinium v. corymbosum x v angustifolium ' Northblue'; Family; Ericaceae
Height: 20 - 30 inches.
Spacing: 2 - 3 feet.
Depth: Plant at the same depth as in the nursery.
Spread: 24 inches.
Sun/Shade: Full sun.
Pollinator: Self pollinating, better yields when planted with other varieties.
Yield: Approximately 3 - 7 pounds at maturity with prorper care.
Foliage: Large, glossy, dark green leaves. Turn crimson in Fall.
Fruit: Fruit is dark blue, large and attractive with a good blueberry flavor and a pleasing sugar to acid ratio.
Form: Perennial, rounded.
Soil Requirements: Acidic, moist, organic, well-drained soil. pH should be 4.5 to 5.5
Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
Pruning: Prune out leggy small twigs for bigger, better berries. Protect berries from birds with netting.
Size: 1/4 inch blossoms.
Comments: Vary hardy cultivar. Takes temperatures as low as -35 degrees F. Half - high or dwarf blueberry. Cross between V. corymbosum and V. aurgustifolium. Sweet wild blueberry flavor that is superior to most cultivars. Stores well with refrigeration., Self-pollinating but yields better when planted with another variety. Unable to ship to: AE, AK, CA, GA, GU, HI, MI, OR, PR, WA.
Unable to ship to: AE AK CA GA GU HI MI OR PR WA