10 Varieties of Organic Blueberries
The wide variety of available blueberries at Stone Hill Blueberry Farm allows for a longer season than many farms. The earliest berries, the Weymoths start ripening towards the end of June, followed a few weeks later by the Earlyblues. The farm usually opens to the public when the Earlyblues are well ripened. This usually happens in Mid-July. The Mid-season berries start ripening during the end of July and August. The late berries--the Colvilles are the last to ripen and usually produce until first hard frost, sometime in mid-september. See below for a brief description of each berry type.
A medium to large, light blue, and sweet midseason berry. Fair quality.
A large sized, very light blue colored, hardy, and sweet early to mid-season berry. Great for everything.
A very large sized, light blue colored, and sweet early to mid-season berry. Easy picking with a great taste.
A hardy medium sized, early berry, good flavor, and very firm.
A very large sized, medium blue colored, late season berry. Excellent quality and taste.
A large sized, light blue colored, sweet early berry. Have a great taste and are great for pies. Good quality.
A very large sized, medium blue colored, late season berry. Excellent flavor.
A small to medium sized, medium blue colored, late season berry. Excellent flavor.
A large sized, early mid season berry, good flavor.
A small , dark blue colored, early berry. The first to ripen.
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