Elliott Blueberry


Elliott Blueberry

Vaccinium corymbosum Very Late. 4-6'. Burlington x [Dixi x (Jersey x Pioneer)] USDA, 1974.

A real season-extender. Considered the latest of all varieties, Elliott ripens two weeks after Jersey. Loose clusters of medium-sized very firm mild-flavored light blue berries.

Slightly spreading somewhat bushy upright plant is highly productive every year, in part because it blooms late and escapes spring frosts. Z4. (1-2' transplants)

358 Elliott
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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 .