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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.

Berkeley

A medium to large, light blue, and sweet midseason berry. Fair quality.

Bluecrop

A large sized, very light blue colored, hardy, and sweet early to mid-season berry. Great for everything.

Bluerays

A very large sized, light blue colored, and sweet early to mid-season berry. Easy picking with a great taste.

Collins

A hardy medium sized, early berry, good flavor, and very firm.

Covilles

A very large sized, medium blue colored, late season berry. Excellent quality and taste.

Earlyblues

A large sized, light blue colored, sweet early berry. Have a great taste and are great for pies. Good quality.

Herbert

A very large sized, medium blue colored, late season berry. Excellent flavor.

Jersey

A small to medium sized, medium blue colored, late season berry. Excellent flavor.

Patriot

A large sized, early mid season berry, good flavor.

Weymoths

A small , dark blue colored, early berry. The first to ripen.

Image of Blueberry Blossoms at Stone Hill Blueberry Farm

Blueberry Blossoms at Stone Hill Blueberry Farm

Image of Stone Hill Blueberry Farm Blueberry Bushes

Stone Hill Blueberry Farm Blueberry Bush
Image © 2016 Theresa Zavada, used with permission.

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Another Stone Hill Blueberry Farm Blueberry Bush
Image © 2016 Theresa Zavada, used with permission.