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Dwarf Blueberries

Hybrids of northern Highbush blueberries and Lowbush selections from the wild, these exceptionally cold hardy varieties are prized for their delicious berries; sweet-tart with the wild berry flavor of their parents.

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Chippewa

Chippewa

Bred at the University of Minnesota, this 3-4 ft. tall, compact bush produces abundant, very light blue, sweet and tasty berries. Ripening in July, they are a delicious summer snack and topping for ice cream. Chippewa is also a fine ornamental shrub with beautiful, red fall foliage.
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$ 16.95
Northsky

Northsky

The hardiest of the varieties we offer, Northsky can withstand temperatures to minus 45°F. This dense, 2 ft. tall x 3 ft. wide bush produces delicious, wild-flavored berries which ripen in mid season and are great for fresh eating and baking. Northsky is also an attractive ornamental and features brilliant red fall color.
5785
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$ 16.95
TopHat

TopHat

You'll love this cute, very dwarf Blueberry in your yard or on your patio or deck. In the spring TopHat is covered with snowy white, bell-shaped flowers followed by large, firm and flavorful, powder blue berries. In the fall you'll enjoy the fiery, crimson red foliage. TopHat grows to only 2 ft. in height, perfect for container growing.
5798
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$ 16.95
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