- Conventionally Grown
- 4 in. x 6 in. Pot
Northcountry has an attractive, sky blue colored fruit that is produced abundantly on this low, spreading shrub. Learn more below
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Full sun/part shade, needs well drained moist acidic soil.
Northcountry Blueberry (Vaccinium sp.) has an attractive, sky blue colored fruit that is produced abundantly on this low, spreading shrub. It has a sweet wild blueberry flavor, and this fruit is small to medium 1/4″ in diameter. One of the earliest producing blueberry cultivars, it displays a profusion of dainty white tinged pink bell-shaped flowers in spring. It is a vigorous growing cultivar reaching bearing age in 2 years, and the fruits ripen in July. Northcountry has bright red fall colors. USDA Zones 4-8.
In 4×6″ pots. approx 6″ tall