Northland blueberry, a variety developed by Michigan State University, has excellent winter hardiness. It has produced a consistent crop following winter temperatures as low as -30F. The medium-size berries are very flavorful—similar to wild blueberries. The plant grows to about 4 feet, with attractive foliage throughout the fall. We recommend a soil pH level of 4.5 - 4.8 for blueberry plants.
Blueberries are valued for their ornamental foliage, flowers and berries. Their small bell shaped flowers contrast beautifully with the leathery leaves during the spring and summer and are followed by edible round berries which turn purple when ripe to eat.
Hardiness Zone: 3-7 Mature Height: 4-7 feet
Easy to grow
Berries appear in the early season and produce well in mild winter areas