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Bosh Bruening

(Hybrid Blueberry, Northland 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...

(Hybrid Blueberry, Northsky Blueberry)

Combining the more upright habit and larger fruits of northern highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) with the compactness and exceptional cold-hardiness of lowbush blueberry (V. angustifolium), this "half-high" cultivar bears quantities of medium-sized sweet sky-blue berries in early summer. They are delicious fresh, preserved, baked, or frozen. The firm succulent fruits are preceded by small white urn-shaped flowers. The mounding knee-high plants have oval dark green...

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Russell Stafford

(Hybrid Blueberry, Patriot Blueberry)

A compact, exceptionally hardy hybrid which bears generous clusters of large flavorful light-blue fruits early in the season, this University of Maine introduction is one of the best blueberry cultivars for home gardens and small-scale growers in the Northeast United States. The juicy, slightly flattened, medium-firm berries ripen in early summer. Small pinkish-white urn-shaped flowers precede the fruits. The oval glossy green leaves turn fiery colors in fall. Conspicuous purple-red twigs provide...

(Hybrid Blueberry, Polaris Blueberry)

Combining the more upright habit and larger fruits of northern highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) with the compactness and exceptional cold-hardiness of lowbush blueberry (V. angustifolium), this "half-high" cultivar bears quantities of medium-sized sweet light-blue berries in early summer. The firm crispy aromatic fruits are delicious fresh, preserved, baked, or frozen. They are preceded by small white urn-shaped flowers. The broad upright waist-high plants have...

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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...

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Felder Rushing

(Northern Highbush Blueberry)

The sweet blueberries produced by this native, multi-stemmed shrub are a summer treat. Highbush blueberry is a large to medium-sized deciduous shrub native to eastern North America. In the wild, it can be found growing in diverse habitats from bogs to oak woods and dry barrens. Cultivated specimens grow well in sunny gardens with well-drained, acid soils and are valued for both their culinary and ornamental traits.

Simple green leaves emerge from the branches in mid-spring. These have smooth...

(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...

(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...

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Jesse Saylor

(American Cranberry)

Grown commercially for its tart red berries, this creeping broadleaf evergreen shrub from eastern North America also makes an excellent plant for the culinary or ornamental garden. The prostrate stems root at the nodes to eventually form large mats of narrow dark-green leaves which turn bronze or red in winter. Clusters of pinkish urn-shaped flowers appear in summer, followed by proportionately large red-skinned fruits with firm pinkish flesh. The fruits are used in relishes, baked goods, and preserves....