Blueberry Varieties: Duke, Bluecrop, Elliott


This plant blooms late, but ripens early July. It is a heavy, consistent producer. Berries are mildly tart, medium to large in size, very firm, and retains a fresh quality longer than most other varieties. Tastes just like a good supermarket blueberry – perfect balance between sweet and tart.


The Bluecrop Northern Highbush Blueberry Plant is a widely grown, mid-season variety that is considered to possibly be the best all-around northern highbush blueberry for both commercial and home-orchard applications. The Bluecrop Northern Highbush Blueberry Plant produces large, sweet berries on 4-6 foot tall upright growing bushes. Medium size fruit with a high sugar content.


This new, late-ripening Liberty Blueberry is a patented variety prized for its large, sweet, and flavorful, sky-blue berries. Liberty blueberries are especially easy to harvest and forms as an attractive, upright growing, small bush.


Very Late producer. In northern areas, Elliott is a fall-bearing blueberry. Bright burgundy colored wood accents the grey-green foliage and sky blue berries. The late bloom period misses most spring frost and the heavy bud set on Elliott assures the grower of bountiful crops. Big and flavorful. This late-season variety will give you ½” berries that are firm, easy-to-pick and perfect for fresh eating or cooking.


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