Mid-season. Bushy, spreading plants developed by the University of Minnesota. Grows just 2-3 ft. high, bearing large navy-blue fruits producing an appealing tart-sweet flavor. Highest yielding Arctic blueberry - up to 5 quarts (7lbs.) per plant. Brilliant red fall color.
ARCTIC HARDY BLUEBERRIES
Vaccinium angustifolim hybrids
HARTMANN'S HARDIEST BLUEBERRIES EVEN IN MAINE AND MINNESOTA!
These plants are cold hardy to -35ºF. Each fruiting-size plant is properly labeled eager to produce beautiful flowers and a modest-crop of fruit the first year, then begin cropping heavily the following year and every year thereafter. Though plants are self-pollinating, for best results plant one of each variety.
Hardiness Zones: USDA 3-7
Soil Preference: Acid soil pH 4.5 to 5.5
Light Needs: Full sun or partial shade.
Size: 1 gal.