Northern Highbush type, well-suited to the South Island, with a higher number of chilling hours required compared to their Rabbiteye counterparts. Plant two or more of the same type (e.g. Northern Highbush or Rabbiteye) together to ensure pollination unless otherwise stated.
Heavy crops of medium-sized fruit. A highly attractive compact bush all year round. ‘Lily of the Valley’ like flowers appear in spring, with bronze foliage in autumn. Acid soil required. To ensure the best flavour, leave fruit on bush for 7-10 days after turning blue. Fruits in December and again in March/April.
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