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Scott Bauer, USDA/ARS

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Introduced in 1994, this blueberry cultivar is notable for the enormous size of its berries, which are practically the size of cherries. Though large size sometimes comes at a cost in flavor, the berries of 'Chandler' are sweet and flavorful. Descended from the native highbush blueberry of the northeastern United States, this is a vigorous, slightly-spreading deciduous shrub with dark-green leaves. Clusters of small, pinkish-white, bell-shaped flowers appear in spring followed by light blue fruits...

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Bearing tight clusters of medium to large, light-blue, highly flavorful fruits rather early in the blueberry season, this 1959 introduction fills the early-summer gap between 'Earliblue' and 'Bluecrop'. The very firm, sweet, slightly tart berries are delicious fresh, frozen, or in pies and preserves. 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 upright...

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Jessie Keith

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Bearing bucketfuls of exceptionally large blueberries on a vigorous upright shrub, 'Darrow' produces a perfect family sized harvest for the backyard. This 1965 introduction is named for blueberry pioneer Bill Darrow, who sought to produce larger fruit with improved flavor for New England. The firm tart light-blue fruits arrive in mid-summer, late in the blueberry season. They are delicious fresh, frozen, or in pies and preserves. Small pinkish-white urn-shaped flowers precede the fruits. The oval...

(Earliblue Blueberry, Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Bearing quantities of large firm mildly flavored fruit very early in the season, this 1987 introduction is one of the most acclaimed selections of northern highbush blueberry. Its small white urn-shaped flowers bloom later than those of most other varieties, thereby escaping most frosts. The crisp-skinned light blue fruits ripen in early summer. The stout red stems of this vigorous variety form a sturdy upright bush. The oval glossy green leaves turn bright red in fall.

Native to cold-winter...

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Jesse Saylor

(Elliott 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)

Tall vigorous upright plants bear a bumper crop of exceptionally sweet medium-sized berries from early to mid-summer, late in the blueberry season. The thin-skinned, sky-blue fruits are delicious fresh, baked, preserved, 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.

Native to cold-winter regions of eastern North America, northern highbush blueberry flourishes...

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

A consistent producer of very large medium-blue berries, this 1952 introduction from New Jersey is one of the latest blueberry cultivars to flower and fruit. The loosely clustered flavorful fruits ripen in midsummer. They are delicious 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 upright head-high plants have an open spreading habit.

Native to cold-winter...

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

Bearing loose clusters of large flavorful light blue fruits, this 1952 introduction from North Carolina is an excellent blueberry cultivar for the home garden. The firm, fragrant, sweet, slightly tart fruits ripen from early to mid-summer, midway through the blueberry season. They are delicious 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 vigorous head-high...

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

The very large, highly flavorful fruits of this 1988 introduction ripen in abundance in mid-summer, relatively late in the blueberry season. The firm, succulent, light-blue berries are excellent fresh, frozen, baked, or preserved. 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 vigorous and upright.

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

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Russell Stafford

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

What would become the variety 'Rubel' was discovered a century ago in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Still widely planted for its small but intensely flavorful fruits, this wild form of northern highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) retains all its natural adaptability and vigor. The medium-sized, stout-branched plants produce masses of firm light blue berries in mid-summer. They are good fresh or for baking, canning, or freezing. Small pinkish white urn-shaped flowers precede the fruits....