Northland Blueberry Bush | Zones 3-7

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April 25th - May 3rd

Ships to you bare-root, ready to plant, and professionally pruned. 

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.

Zones 3-7

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

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April 27th - May 15th