Looking for a smaller bush with bigger berries?
Dwarf Northblue is the blueberry for you!
Growing 2-3 ft. tall, it produces 3-7 lbs. of sweet,
juicy fruit once mature. Dusky blue fruit has a
delicious wild flavor, but is larger than most
dwarf blueberries. Tough and cold hardy to
-35°F, Dwarf Northblue is a good choice for container,
garden or landscape with a loose open
habit, and red to burgundy fall color. Ripens
mid June. Zones 3-7. Ships in 3.5" pots.
This item ships at the proper planting time for your region in both spring and fall.
If the current shipping season is closed your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
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|Zones: 3 - 7 (- 30 F.)|
Height: 20 - 30 inches
Spacing: 2- 3 feet
Depth: plant at the same depth as in the nursery
Spread: 24 inches
Sun/Shade: full sun
Pollinator: Self - pollinating, better yield with other varieties
Yield: 3 - 7 pounds
Foliage: Large,glossy,dark green.Turns crimson in Fall
Fruit: Fruit dark blue, large and attractive with a good blueberry flavor and a pleasing sugar to acid ratio.
Comments: Vary hardy cultivar. Takes temps as low as -35 degrees F.Half - high or dwarf blueberry. Cross between V. Corymbosum and V . Aurgustifolium. Sweet wild blueberry flavor that is superior to most cultivars. Stores well with refrigeration., Self-pollinating but yields better when planted with another variety.