Different blueberry varieties offer something to everyone.
Do you have a favorite? Or do they all taste great?
The first blueberry of the season at Outback Farm; generous crop just keeps on giving more blueberries; generally considered one of the best early season cultivars; large berry with good flavor; awesome chilled.
This berry offers a large berry with a mild flavor, bush has a spread to it which makes for easy picking; this fruit follows shortly after the Dukes are ready.
Bluejay (early to mid)
Now this berry is definitely the chefs pick; high quality fruit, slightly tart, great for cooking and baking and creative connoisseur-ing.
The most widely planted mid season cultivar in the world, a medium berry with the perfect hint of tart; tasty snacking, great in smoothies too.
Noteworthy for being sweet and aromatic; this berry tends to be generous both in size and flavor; a real people pleaser.
A true wild old fashioned blueberry small to medium in size and robust flavor; not a lot of these in our plantings but when you find you will not be disappointed
These tight clusters of berries make this a bit more challenging to pick but definitely worth the effort; this blueberry is on the large side and has good flavor and is juicy too.
A low growing and very hardy variety of blueberry; fruit is medium size with good flavor and firmness; this might be a family favorite.
Some are saying this new variety is the giant of the blueberry patch; may be a challenge of size with the chandler; nice sweet flavor.
This juicy large blueberry, firm, mild flavor; makes a good sampler in the field when you are picking your blueberries to take home.
The grand finale’ and worth every bit of the wait; this can be a tart berry because it has a tendency to turn blue before it is actually ripe; long shelf life; great in the cooks kitchen.
The first ever pink blueberry; just as tasty and nutrient rich as their blue cousins; will develop into deep pink fruit toward seasons end; medium size fruit with sweet, pleasant flavor, high sugar content.