Heavy clusters of edible, purplish black fruit. Rich aroma; full-bodied flavor.
Good for pies, jellies and wines.
Fast growing, short-lived shrub. Tiny white blossoms form huge flower clusters up to 10″ across from June to July. Flowers used in teas.
Plant two to ensure pollination and best fruit production.
Likes full sun and slightly acid soil; does well in wet sites. Ideal shrub for attracting song birds.
Ripens in late summer.
Seedlings, not grafted. Self-fertile, no other variety needed for fruit.
2-3 foot bare root seedlings