Early Fruiting:

Chanticleer
Chanticleer

Gives middle-size berries, sweet flavour, slightly tart and suitable for transport. Average yield of 8 kg per plant, half of it can be picked up during the first harvest, one of the earliest of all blueberries.

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Beach Huts
Beach Huts

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Ferris Wheel
Ferris Wheel

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Palm Trees
Palm Trees

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City Cycle
City Cycle

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Misty Slopes
Misty Slopes

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Northern Highbush Blueberries:

New Hanover® cultivar was developed by Jim Ballington from the University of North Carolina. New Hanover® is a mid-season variety requiring 500-600 hours of chilling. It produces remarkably high yields, but that is not its only advantage: the quality of its fruit is also excellent, both in terms of firmness, size and flavour, and shelf life is very good.

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New Hanover® cultivar was developed by Jim Ballington from the University of North Carolina. New Hanover® is a mid-season variety requiring 500-600 hours of chilling. It produces remarkably high yields, but that is not its only advantage: the quality of its fruit is also excellent, both in terms of firmness, size and flavour, and shelf life is very good.

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New Hanover® cultivar was developed by Jim Ballington from the University of North Carolina. New Hanover® is a mid-season variety requiring 500-600 hours of chilling. It produces remarkably high yields, but that is not its only advantage: the quality of its fruit is also excellent, both in terms of firmness, size and flavour, and shelf life is very good.

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Toro
Toro

Big berry size. Good for direct consumption and processing. Fruits gathered in big clusters are easy for picking. Consistent and high yields.

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Chandler
Chandler

Very big berries, tasty and firm. High yields, ripens in 4-6 weeks time.

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BLUEBERRIES