Bluecrop fruits ripen in mid July and the harvest can go for several weeks. Bluecrop is good for freezing, baking and fresh eating. Vigorous upright growth of 4 to 6 feet; keep pruned. The bushes become a blaze of crimson in the fall, so they are ideal arranged as an informal hedge. Acidic soil is ideal.
The Hardy Blue is an established variety in the Pacific Northwest. It is known for producing large amounts of very sweet, medium sized berries. This variety is adaptable to a variey of soil types (including heavy clay soil).
The Chandler blueberry produces one of the largest fruits (can reach the size of cherries). Bloom color is beautiful light pink with dark green, orange and red foliage. Needs moist, well drained soil - this is one of the easier blueberry plants to grow.
The Sweetheart Blueberry is an early season blueberry that will produce a second harvest late in the season (this is cool!). Beautiful plant with uniquely shaped white blossoms and also a self pollinating plant.
The Jubilee plant is a consistent producer of fruit peaking mid-season. Berries are powder blue in color, sweet and medium sized. The plant itself is a compact grower with white bell shaped blossoms. Foliage is reddish purple with red stems during the off season. A self pollinating plant.
Bluegold blueberry produces fruit mid-season. It has bell shaped white flowers in the spring then shows light blue fruit which ripen early July. Red and purple foliage in the fall, sweet berries.
Top Hat (great for containers)
The Top Hat blueberry is a compact grower and produces a full size firm fruit. Fruit is sweet, but has a wild tart hint to it. Bell shaped light pink blooms - great plant for containers. Foliage turns a blaze of orange in fall.
North Country (great for containers)
North country blueberry has a wonderful wild flavor. White (with hints of pink) flowers in spring produce small to medium sized berries in summer (early to mid season). A self pollinating plant with green foliage throughout the season, turning a bright red in the fall.
The Bonus variety of blueberry is very hardy and a voracious producer of fruit. Bonus produces one of the largest fruit (approximate size of a quarter). Fruit is firm with a good flavor.
Sun: Full sun
Season: Mid to Late Season
Height: 5-6 feet
Fruit Size: Very large
The Burgundy variety of blueberry is a mid-season berry with a wild flavor. It is a low growing bush which produces small fruit. Gorgeous burgundy foliage in the fall with white blossoms in the spring.
Sun: Full sun
Height: 1 foot
Spread: 1 foot
Fruit Size: Small
Summer Breeze Variety Pot
The Summer Breeze variety pot is a five gallon container with three different varieties of blueberry plants, each with a different blooming season (mid, early and late fruit bearing). This is a great choice if you are unable to pick from the above.