U.S. Patent PP12,816
Southern Highbush Blueberry Variety
A low-chill high-bush blueberry variety. Produces a vigorous upright bush which has a high resistance to can canker, medium resistance to phytophthora root rot, and low medium resistance to stem blight. Flowers and fruits well in areas of central and north Florida. Ripens its fruits 60 days after flowering in north central Florida. Ripens 80% of its fruit between April 15 and May 10 in north-central Florida. Its berries are large, firm, light blue color, have a good picking scar, and a mild pleasant flavor.
Fruit Size: Large
Chill Requirement: 350 hours
Growth Habit: Between upright and spreading
First Harvest: Around April 28, near Gainesville, FL