Promising bountiful harvests and visual appeal, the Herbert Blueberry is sure to meet all your needs. Known for its large, plump, and sweet berries, this variety has an extending fruiting period, ensuring that you have a steady supply of fresh blueberries from late spring through the summer. Beyond its fruiting, the Herbert Blueberry boasts stunning ornamental value, showing off delicate white blossoms in the spring and transforming its foliage into fiery shades of red and orange in the fall. Additionally, the Herbert Blueberry attracts pollinators, like bees and butterflies – boosting the biodiversity of your outdoor space.
- Produces berries that are nearly 1" in size, with a dark blue to purple surface that ripen in mid- to late-season
- Is self-fertile, but cross-pollination with another Northern Highbush variety will ensure a larger crop - we suggest Northland
- Bears fruit in 2 – 3 years
Blueberry Bush Planting and Care Guide