- Produces huge berries
- Bears fruit up to six weeks in summer
- Good landscape ornamental
- Resistant to pests and disease
Huge, deep sky blue berries cover this 5 to 7 ft. shrub in July. Self-pollinating, Chandler has one of the longest ripening seasons ever. You'll enjoy these big (the size of a quarter), delicious berries for more than six weeks during the summer. Pest- and disease-resistant. Foliage puts on a show in shades of wine and orange in the fall. Zones 4-7.