Northland Bluberry Bush produces small, round, medium firm, dark blue berries that fall in long, loose clusters.
Small and dry if picked soon after ripe with a flavor reminiscent of Wild Blueberry. All of this on a medium sized shrub.
Vigorous, moderately spreading, 3-4′ bush with pliable, limber branches that withstand weight of heavy snow.
Blossoms tolerate light frost.
Requires another variety for pollination.
Extremely productive; consistent yields of 15-20 pounds in one main picking.
Ripens early to mid-July.
Hardy to -25 F
Developed at Michigan State University.
Comes in 18-24″ plants that can put on up to 2 feet of growth in the first planting season.
We have created a post that explains a bit about growing blueberries with links to more information as well as a ripening chart: How to Grow Highbush Blueberries in Your Backyard