Elizabeth Blueberry


Elizabeth Blueberry

Vaccinium corymbosum Mid-Late. 5-6'. Discovered by by Elizabeth White of Whitesbog, New Jersey, and released in 1966.

Friend and avid fruit grower Dan Kennedy of Searsmont, Maine, grows 17 different varieties of highbush and rates Elizabeth and Blueray as his top favorites. He describes the bushes as bearing dense clusters of large fruit with a balanced flavor of sweet and tart. According to a New York Times article, Elizabeth White considered it to have “exquisite flavor.” Stores well in refrigeration.

Large vigorous upright shrub has strong spreading lateral branches. Z4. (1-2' transplants)

357 Elizabeth
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Additional Information

Highbush Blueberries

Two varieties are required for pollination, and three or more are recommended. Plant 3–6' apart in rows 8–10' apart.

For more info:
About Highbush Blueberries .