VARIETIES

Blueberry varieties

Blueberry varieties available in our school

DUKE

Early variety

SPARTAN

Early variety

BLUEJAY

Early variety

BLUECROP

Medium variety

BLUEGOLD

Medium variety

CHANDLER

Medium variety

NELSON

Late variety

ELLIOTT

Late variety

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Blueberry

We offer top quality seedings with a well-developed root body, healthy and bushed.
We guarantee clean varieties since we are under supervision of the Main Inspectorate of Plant Health and Seed Inspection.
Currently we are introducing the new species, haskap.

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Characteristics of varieties

Detailed information on blueberry varieties available on offer

DUKE

Medium strong growth of bushes, raised, dense shoots. Variety difficult to form. Blossoms early. Produces tasty fruits collected in the medium and large clusters. Very fruitful. Starts to mature in the first half of July. Early variety.

SPARTAN

Bushes grow strong, form loose and raised shoots. Need proper cut. Relatively resistant to freezing. Fruitful variety, large or medium fruits, firm fruits, made smaller due to improper cut and fertilization. Big berries collected in loose clusters. Matures in the first half of July. Early variety.

BLUECROP

Standard world variety. Strong bushes with straight shoots, loose and oval cut. Shoots tend to part under the load of fruits. Variety with greatest resistance to freezing, spring frost and drought. Gives high crops. Medium maturing season.

BLUEGOLD

Strong grow of bushes with very high amount of one-year shoots. Variety considered as one of most resistant to freezing but sensitive to drought. Very fruitful. Fruits are large, oval with dry stalk mark, have very durable wax coating and unique taste. Medium maturation season.

BLUEJAY

Very strong growth of bushes, produces excess one-year shoots. Raised shoots, flexible, do not part under the burden of fruits. Very resistant to freezing and sprink frost. Berries in loose clusters, medium-sized, sweet and vine, dark blue. Matures from mid July until the beginning of August. Medium-early variety.

NELSON

Variety with strong growth, soaring and fine shape and stiff shoots. Needs a lot of cutting. Average resistance to freezing. Flowers very susceptible to grey mold. Firm fruits, tasty, large, oval, slightly flattened of even size in the cluster, light-blue with intensive wax coating in medium compacted clusters. Variety with high fertility, starts to mature in August. Medium-late variety.

CHANDLER

Bushes with medium growth, raised and branchy structure. Sensitive to freezing. Gives a lot of fruits in good conditions. Fruits mature individually in clusters which makes it difficult to harvest but given their size, it is done relatively quickly. Large and very tasty fruits, sweet. Medium maturation season.

ELLIOTT

Relatively strong growth, compact structure of younger bushes, raised, slightly branches in older plants. Fruitful variety, recommended to be grown in the warmest regions of country since in the central Poland 30-50% of fruits fail to mature. Recommended also to grow under cover. Mid-sized fruits, oval fruits, harvested until the mid October. Late variety.