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A late ripening variety, Baldwin ripen over a longer period from early July to early August. Plants are moderately vigorous with upright growing habits.
Fruit are large, firm and very dark blue.
Early to mid-season ripening, this medium to large light colored blueberry is sweet and of excellent quality. Very good for home use with vigorous and upright growth. One of the most spring frost resistant.
Ochlocknee (PP 17,300)
Part of the GA River Series released from Univ. of Georgia in 2002, Ochlockonee has excellent yields. The firm berries have a good blue color and a sweet flavor. Plant growth is vigorous and upright. Ripens early to mid-season.
Bumper crops are produced with the distinctive powdery blue color on the large firm berries. The flavor is excellent, and the berries store well. The plant growth is vigorous ad upright. Ripens mid-late season.
Bearing mid to late season, Tifblue is a very popular and productive variety. The berries are light blue, very firm and quite flavorful. Plant growth is vigorous and upright often used for ornamental hedges. It is the most winter hardy variety.
Wild Lowbush Blueberry
Berries for gardeners requesting earlier crops, and for our more northern customers. Self-pollinating, but will set a larger, better crop with two varieties planted. Zones 5-7a.
Bonus is a mid to late season variety with very good hardiness and productivity. Bushes are vigorous, fruit is very large and firm (One of the largest available. Berries are medium blue with very good flavor.
A mid to late ripening variety, Chandler has one of the largest berries available today. Will fruit over a period of 4-6 weeks, and has a very nice flavor. Vigorous, with a spreading habit of 5-6 feet. Hardy in Zones 5 to 7.