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(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

One of the best blueberries for eating fresh, this 1987 introduction bears numerous long clusters of large flavorful fruits in early midsummer, midway through the blueberry season. Its 2- to 3-week ripening season is relatively short. The firm succulent berries are also good frozen, baked, or preserved. The small white urn-shaped flowers open from bright pink buds in spring. The oval glossy green leaves are bronze-tinged in spring and turn fiery colors in fall. Conspicuous purple-red twigs provide...

(Creeping Blueberry, Well's Delight Creeping Blueberry)

An excellent groundcover for sandy acidic soils, this blueberry relative is a low mat-forming evergreen shrub from the southeastern United States. It steadily expands to provide a reliably dense and attractive carpet of small shiny dark-green leaves. Some forms such as 'Wells Delight' have bronze new foliage. The small, red, urn shaped flowers appear in late spring. These give rise to a scattering small, sweet, black-blue fruits. Several cultivars have been selected for vigor and for foliage size...

Image of Vaccinium parvifolium photo by: Pao Delal

Pao Delal

(Red Huckleberry, Red Whortleberry)

Make delicious pies, jams and jellies from the transluscent red berries from red huckleberry each autumn! Native to the redwood and fir forests of northern California and along the northwest Pacific coastal ranges into British Columbia and Alaska, this deciduous shrub has fine twigs that may cascade, creating an interesting silhouette when nude in winter. The twigs are grooved or ribbed and carry paper-thin green leaves that appear from reddish angular buds in spring. Soon thereafter, pink-tinged...

Image of Vaccinium virgatum photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry has given rise to many of the best blueberry cultivars for warm humid climates. It produces succulent spherical blue fruit in spring or early summer, preceded by small white urn-shaped flowers in late winter and early spring. The dull dark green leaves turn bright red in fall. This upright shrub often grows taller than head-high. It is self-sterile, requiring the...

(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry figures in the ancestry of many of the best blueberries for warm climates. A 1985 introduction from Georgia, 'Baldwin' bears flavorful medium-sized dark blue fruits for 6 or 7 weeks from early to mid-summer, late in the rabbiteye season. The vigorous, upright, highly productive plants have grayish green foliage that turns bright red in fall. Pinkish-white urn-shaped...

(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry figures in the ancestry of many of the best blueberries for warm climates. A 1978 University of Florida introduction, 'Beckyblue' bears flavorful medium-sized mid-blue fruits in late spring, very early in the rabbiteye season. The firm berries ship and store well. The vigorous upright wide-spreading plants have grayish green foliage that turns bright red in fall....

(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry figures in the ancestry of many of the best blueberries for warm climates. A 1983 introduction from Georgia, 'Brightwell' bears flavorful medium-sized light-blue fruits from late spring to early summer, midway through the rabbiteye season. The firm berries ship and store well, and are excellent fresh or prepared. The vigorous, upright, highly productive plants...

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James Burghardt

(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry figures in the ancestry of many of the best blueberries for warm climates. Its cultivar 'Climax' is a 1974 University of Georgia introduction that bears flavorful medium-sized dark blue fruits in late spring, very early in the rabbiteye season. This variety is upright and more open in form than the species, but bears the same grayish green foliage that turns bright...

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Peggy Greb, USDA/ARS

(Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry has given rise to many of the best blueberry cultivars for warm humid climates. It produces succulent spherical blue fruit in spring or early summer, preceded by small white urn-shaped flowers in late winter and early spring. The dull dark green leaves turn bright red in fall. This upright shrub often grows taller than head-high. It is self-sterile, requiring the...

(Rabbiteye, Smallflower Blueberry)

A medium-sized to large semi-evergreen or deciduous shrub native to the southeastern and south-central United States, rabbiteye blueberry figures in the ancestry of many of the best blueberries for warm climates. A 1969 introduction from Georgia that is renowned for the sweet flavor of its large light blue berries, 'Delite' ripens its fruits from late spring to early summer, midway through the rabbiteye season. The firm berries ship and store well, and are excellent fresh or prepared. The upright...