U.S. Patent PP12,783
Southern Highbush Blueberry Variety


Low-chill tetraploid highbush blueberry variety. Produces a vigorous upright bush. It has a high resistance to cane canker and medium resistance to stem blight and phytophthora root rot Phytophthora cinnamomi. It flowers and fruits well in areas of central and north Florida where the mean coldest temperature of coldest month is 60 degrees F. It ripens its fruit 60 days after flowering in north-central Florida. It produces very large berries, firm, dark-blue color with sometimes humid picking scars, and a sweet pleasant flavor.

  • Fruit Size: Large

  • Chill Requirement: 300 hours

  • Growth Habit: Semi-upright

  • First Harvest: Around April 22, in Gainesville, FL

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