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These are the earliest we have. They start coming on in early-mid June most years (planted in 2010, now 2020). Find the flavor ok for an early. Downside is the wood is a little fragile, but iit is prolific with new shoots, so easy to keep it coming.saveall
I planted two of these four years ago. Each produced about two quarts last year and are loaded this year. The berries are large, and tastier than the Duke blueberries, which I also have. Although they get plenty of sunshine - 7:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. -- the branches tend to be long and droop when laden with fruit. I am very happy with these plants.Lucious D
I planted these in June, so I had no harvest this year; but all plants are growing well -- even through a very hot summer!Kathleen K
I had to plant it when the soil was still cold-ish at the end of April but the canes took off in no time. I followed excellent instructions enclosed with my order and fertilized the plants later (didn't get a chance to prepare the soil ahead of time). The leaves are now dark blue with several new canes -- I believe my plants are happy and I can't wait to the next year which should bring the first fruit. Thank you!Maria
A very good grower and produces lots of berries.GERALD S
These plants were worth waiting for, as they are the best producers. I grow these in NYC along a driveway space only 2 feet wide - urban setting. There are 6 varieties, fruiting in early, mid and late season. The Nourse Farms information was very thorough in explaining the varieties, and the Reka variety is our favorite. Delicious! I do check the soil acidity and follow their recommendations on fertilizer. Wonderful resource, and terrific plants!Cyndee S
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