Lowbush Blueberry Varieties

Lowbush Blueberry Varieties

1. Aurora: This variety has a vigorous growth habit and produces large, firm berries that are excellent for fresh eating and processing. It is a mid-season variety, maturing in late July to early August.

2. Bluecrop: This is one of the most popular lowbush blueberry varieties and is known for its high yield and consistent quality. The berries are medium-sized, firm, and sweet, with a good balance of acid. Bluecrop is a mid-season variety, maturing in mid-July.

3. Brunswick: Another mid-season variety, Brunswick produces large, flavorful berries that are excellent for fresh eating and processing. The berries are firm and have a good balance of sweet and tart flavors.

4. Northland: This is a hardy, early-season variety that is popular in colder climates. The berries ripen in late June to early July and are medium-sized, firm, and sweet.

5. Patriot: Patriot is a mid-season variety that produces large, sweet berries that are excellent for fresh eating and processing. The plant is vigorous and has good disease resistance. The berries ripen in late July to early August.

6. Chippewa: This is an early-season variety that produces medium-sized berries with a good balance of sweet and tart flavors. The plant is compact and has good disease resistance. The berries ripen in late June to early July.

7. Darrow: A late-season variety, Darrow produces large, firm berries that are excellent for processing. The berries have a good balance of sweet and tart flavors and ripen in late August to early September.

8. Top Hat: This is a dwarf variety that is suitable for container gardening. The plant produces small, sweet berries that are excellent for fresh eating. The berries ripen in mid-season, around mid-July.

Dr. Sarah Smith

Dr. Sarah Smith

Dr. Sarah Smith is a blueberry expert and author of BlueberryExpert.com. She has been growing and studying blueberries for over 20 years. Her research has focused on the different varieties, growing techniques, and nutritional content of blueberries. She is passionate about helping people to grow their own healthy blueberries and has been a leader in the industry for many years.
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