Origin: New Jersey Blueberry Variety Council (1966)
- High-bush type cultivar.
- Height is 6 feet at maturity. The bush is upright and slightly spreading.
- Ripening of the fruit is mid to late season, ripening approximately July 25th in South Haven, Michigan.
- Yield is high and dependable in moderate climates. In harsher climates production can be inconsistent.
- Fruit size is very large, 50 berries per cup.
- Quality of the fruits are fair, and fruit is medium blue in color. The cultivar is prized for its excellent flavor.
- Harvest can be done by hand or machine. The berry clusters are loose and easy to harvest.
- Marketing is mainly for the fresh market because of its superior flavor. We reintroduced this variety because of the outstanding flavor and plant vigor. Hardiness Zones 9b-4b.