Blueberry 'Northland' & 'Sunshine Blue'
We are currently stocking 2 different varieties of blueberries. Please read on to see the differences:
Vaccinium corymbosum 'Northland'
A high chill highbush variety with a long harvest. The dark fleshed berries ripen in December and will continue into March. Self-pollinating.
There’s lots to love about the Northland Blueberry. In addition to being a pretty landscaping specimen, Northland Blueberries are easy for beginners to grow and produce delicious crops of berries that even experienced farmers will appreciate. They’re well known for being able to withstand a cold winter. If you aren’t sure if blueberry bushes can survive the winters in your area, these blueberries are worth a try.
Blueberry 'Sunshine Blue'
Vaccinium angustifolium x corymbosum 'Sunshine Blue'
This low chill compact southern highbush variety of blueberry produces a heavy crop of mid-sized summer fruit in almost any climate. Self pollinating.
Low-effort blueberries - this one is dwarf, dense, and doesn't need pruning! Only needs about a month of cooler nights to set heaps of fruit (up to 9kg per plant); very suited to warmer climates. Pretty flowers too, autumn leaf colour, and happy in pots. Got to be a winner.