Bakers love the medium-size, sweet-tasting fruit produced
by Jersey. Its rich blue berries are a perfect choice
for tarts, muffins and coffee cakes. One of the most
widely grown varieties, the bush grows 6-8' tall in a wide
range of soil types, always producing heavy, reliable
crops. Ripens in late July. Zones 3-8. Ships in a 3.5" pot.
This item ships only in the fall.
If our fall shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following fall.
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|Zones: 3 - 7 (-30° F.)|
Height: 4 - 5 ft
Spacing: 5 ft
Depth: Plant the depth of the soil stain on the stem, or the same depth as planted in the pot.
Spread: 5 foot
Sun/Shade: Full sun to partial shade
Pollinator: Should be planted with Earliblue, or Bluecrop for best pollination.
Yield: 7-10 pounds when tree is mature
Color: white, possibly tinged pink
Foliage: Large, waxy, deep green. Turns brilliant yellow in the Fall.
Fruit: Medium sized, light blue berries are crack resistant and have a mild, scrumptious flavor.
Comments: The leading Mid-season berry in the US for fresh shipping, processing and home gardens. Jersey is a vigorous, fast growing high bush blueberry that has stood the test of time. Introduced in 1928. As with other blueberries, the ornamental features like, waxy, glossy dark green leaves, brilliant yellow fall color, and prominent yellow canes in the winter add to the value, and makes this an ideal plant to put in a mixed shrub border.