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(Hybrid Southern Highbush Blueberry, Sharpblue Blueberry)

One of the best and most widely planted blueberry cultivars for areas with mild winters, Sharpblue' is a hybrid between northern highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) and blueberry species native to the Southeast United States. This heat-tolerant cultivar produces masses of large flavorful dark blue berrries in spring, with a second smaller crop in fall in mild climates. The round, medium-firm, succulent fruits are preceded by urn-shaped pinkish-white flowers. The attractive blue-tinged...

(Hybrid Southern Highbush Blueberry, South Moon Blueberry)

An early-fruiting cultivar that does best in mild climates such as northern and central Florida, this University of Florida introduction is a hybrid involving northern highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) and blueberry species native to the Southeast United States. It produces masses of large light-blue berries from mid- to late spring, weeks before the rabbiteye blueberry season. The firm, succulent fruits are preceded by urn-shaped pinkish-white flowers. The attractive olive-green...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Blueberry)

A drought- and alkaline-tolerant cultivar that is ideal for gardens in areas with mild winters, this introduction from Hartmann's Plant Company in Grand Junction, Michigan, is a hybrid involving northern highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) and blueberry species native to the Southeast United States. Compact rounded chest-high plants produce masses of medium-sized dark-blue berries for several weeks beginning in late spring or early summer. The firm, sweet, succulent fruits are preceded...

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James Burghardt

(Half High Hybrid Blueberry, Hybrid Blueberry, Top Hat Blueberry)

Well suited for ornamental or culinary use, this dwarf "half-high" blueberry cultivar combines the larger fruits of northern highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) with the compactness and exceptional cold-hardiness of lowbush blueberry (V. angustifolium). The small domed plants bear large sweet bright-blue berries in early summer. They are preceded by small white urn-shaped flowers. The small oval dark green leaves turn brilliant orange and red in fall.

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Jesse Saylor

(Lowbush Blueberry)

Pretty white flowers in spring, delicious blue-black fruits in summer, and brilliant leaves in fall make this northeastern North American native an excellent three-season ornamental. A deciduous, prostrate, very twiggy shrub, it produces small, lance-shaped, glossy dark-green leaves in mid-spring, just as clusters of pendent white urn-shaped flowers appear. Tartly sweet blue-black berries ripen in early and midsummer. Birds and numerous land animals compete with humans for the tasty berries. In autumn...

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Bearing loose, easily harvested clusters of very large pale blue fruits, this 1949 introduction remains popular for gardens and for pick-your-own and other small commercial operations. The juicy, firm, slightly tart berries ripen in mid-summer, toward the end of the blueberry season. They are excellent fresh or frozen. Small pinkish-white urn-shaped flowers precede the fruits. The oval glossy green leaves turn fiery colors in fall. Conspicuous yellow twigs provide winter interest. The head-high plants...

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Bosh Bruening

(Bluecrop Blueberry, Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Highbush blueberry is a medium-sized deciduous shrub native to eastern North America and valued both as a culinary and an ornamental plant. In late spring, dainty, bell-shaped flowers grow in clusters at the ends of the many branches. These are followed from early summer (for early-fruiting cultivars) to midsummer (for late-season cultivars) by spherical blue fruits that are delicious raw or cooked. The lustrous leaves turn brilliant colors in fall and the young twigs are red in winter, adding further...

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Bearing large flavorful light-blue fruits over a long season, this 1968 introduction produces its juicy, firm, spherical berries from early to mid-summer, in the middle of the blueberry season. They are excellent fresh or frozen. Small pinkish-white urn-shaped flowers precede the fruits. The oval glossy green leaves turn fiery colors in fall. Conspicuous purple-red twigs provide winter interest. The head-high plants are dense and upright.

Native to cold-winter regions of eastern North America,...

(Blueberry Bluetta, Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Highbush blueberry is a medium-sized deciduous shrub native to eastern North America and valued both as a culinary and an ornamental plant. In late spring, dainty, bell-shaped flowers grow in clusters at the ends of the many branches. These are followed from early summer (for early-fruiting cultivars) to midsummer (for late-season cultivars) by spherical blue fruits that are delicious raw or cooked. The lustrous leaves turn brilliant colors in fall and the young twigs are red in winter, adding further...

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Bearing large flavorful sky-blue fruits late in the blueberry season, this cultivar from Australia has been introduced to numerous other parts of the world including the United States and Chile. It produces masses of juicy, firm, slightly tart berries in mid-summer. They ship and store well. Small pinkish-white urn-shaped flowers precede the fruits. The oval glossy green leaves turn fiery colors in fall. Conspicuous purple-red twigs provide winter interest. The head-high plants are dense and upright....