Early varieties

Chanticleer - NEW VARIETY!

Chanticleer / © T. Kusibab

Bush height up to 1.6 m, with upright habit. Blooms late, after spring frosts. Fruits are medium, sweet, slightly sour, suitable for transport. The earliest of all highbush blueberry varieties.

Earliblue

Earliblue / © T. Kusibab

A moderately vigorous bush of up to 1.8 m height, with upright and open habit and firm shoots. Fruits are large and medium, round, with good flavour and aroma, growing in open clusters, ripening in early July. Moderate producer. Earliblue is valued for its early ripening season. It should be planted on warmer pockets.

Duke

Duke / © T. Kusibab

Bush height up to 1.8 m with open habit and firm shoots. Blooms late, after spring frosts. Crop is consistent and rich. Fruits are large, light blue, slightly oval, growing in open clusters. Flavour and aroma improve with cold storage. Ripening season begins in mid-July. Duke requires heavy pruning due to its tendency to over-produce. It is suitable for mechanical harvesting.

Spartan

Spartan / © T. Kusibab

Tall bush (up to 1.8 m), open habit, strong and firm shoots. Late blooming ensures immunity from spring frosts. Very large and tasty fruits, round, ripening in the second half of July. Spartan requires light, well-drained soils. Suitable for mechanical harvesting.

Patriot

Patriot / © T. Kusibab

Medium-sized bush, open habit. Very large and large fruits, oval, with good flavour and aroma, berries in later harvests are significantly smaller. Patriot is a particularly prolific bloomer and requires heavy pruning and sometimes even thinning of flower buds. Tolerates wet and heavy soils. This variety demonstrates excellent resistance to frost.

Bluejay

Bluejay / © T. Kusibab

Large, fast-growing bush reaches over 2 m in height. Upright and slightly open habit, firm shoots. Large and medium-sized fruits, round, ripening in late July. Most berries ripen at the same time, others can be picked much later, as they do not become overripe and do not drop. Requires heavy pruning. Suitable for mechanical harvesting.

Mid-season varieties

Toro

Toro / © T. Kusibab

Medium-sized, vigorous bush with open habit and firm shoots. Large fruits all ripen roughly at the same time, in the first half of August. Berries grow in very large clusters, with consistently good taste throughout the harvesting season which makes them a quality dessert product. Toro is a particularly productive variety, requires soil rich in humus. Suitable for mechanical harvesting.

Draper

Draper / © T. Kusibab

Variety protected under patent!

The bush is vigorous, with upright habit. Draper is a highly productive variety with light blue fruits of even size, firm and with crisp flesh, ripening a few days earlier than Bluecrop. Fruits have a small scar, strong skin and low-acid, excellent flavour. Fruit ripening is concentrated, therefore the variety is suitable for hand and mechanical harvesting. Suitable for transport. The variety is protected under Michigan State University patent US Plant Patent 15103, CPVO – Application & Right granted File No. 20050224. Draper is available exclusively in P9 pots.

Bluecrop

Bluecrop / © T. Kusibab

Vigorous bush of up to 2 m in height, firm shoots that tend to give under heavy fruit load. Large and slightly oval fruits, light blue, covered with coating, very good flavour, ripening season from the beginning of August. Bluecrop is a particularly high producer, resistant to frost, disease, lack of moisture; easy to grow. For those reasons it is considered the best highbush variety and planted all over the world.

Bonifacy

Bonifacy / © T. Kusibab

The first Polish variety, bred in the Warsaw Agricultural University's Fruit-Growing Department by Dr. Kazimierz Pliszka. The bush is vigorous, growing up to 2 m, has an upright habit and firm shoots. Bonifacy blossoms late, after May frosts; it has large and medium, round, dark blueberries growing in open clusters, with slightly spicy flavour. The variety is still in research.

Chandler

Chandler / © T. Kusibab

Bush with upright habit, well branched and producing regularly in favourable conditions, growing up to 1.6 m. Chandler has exceptionally large fruits, usually over 20 mm in diameter and 2 g in weight. High and regular producer. Full, blue fruits with good flavour. Very long ripening season – from early August to mid-September. It is recommended for cultivation in areas with milder winters. With our few years' experience we can recommend

This variety for home garden planting and comercial growing.

Mid-late season varieties

Bluegold

Bluegold / © T. Kusibab

The bush is medium-sized and round, with dense shoots covered with bright green leaves; heavy producer. Bluegold is perfect for growing in containers on porches and terraces. Large and tasty fruits are ready for picking one week after reaching full colour, usually in the second half of August.

Herbert

Herbert / © T. Kusibab

A moderately vigorous bush of up to 1.8 m in height, slightly open habit, spreading. Fruits are large and very large, covered with thin, waxy coating, considered the tastiest among the highbush varieties but unfit for longer transport. Ripening season in mid-August.

Rubel

Rubel / © T. Kusibab

Tall bush of up to 2 m, small, dark fruits growing in long, open clusters. Suitable for transport and freezing. Its small, dark and tasty berries are high in antioxidants and are coveted by fruit processing companies. The most important feature of this variety is that it is perfect for mechanical harvesting. The yield is large and consistent.

Brigitta

Brigitta / © T. Kusibab

The bush is vigorous, growing up to 1.8 m, upright to round habit. Fruits are large, full, very tasty when ripe, retain excellent quality with long storage. Brigitta Blue requires little fertilization. Due to its long vegetation period, it should be planted on lighter soils and in regions with milder winters.

Nelson

Nelson / © T. Kusibab

The bush is vigorous, growing up to 2 m, upright habit, stiff shoots. Fruits are large and very large, with full aroma and flavour, growing in open clusters, do not drop and are suitable for transport. Nelson is a high producer. Ripening season from mid-August to September.

Late season varieties

Darrow

Darrow / © T. Kusibab

The bush grows up to 1.5 m, open habit, stiff shoots. The fruits are very large, with attractive flavour. The ripening season is late August and early September. Not all fruits reach maturity in colder years; therefore Darrow requires warm pockets. This variety is perfect for dessert market.

Liberty

Liberty / © T. Kusibab

Variety protected under patent!

The bush is vigorous, upright to slightly spreading, with stiff shoots. It has good resistance to low temperatures in winter. Fruits are medium and large, blue with a small scar, with a pleasant, medium-acid flavour. Fruit ripening is concentrated, therefore the variety is suitable for hand and mechanical harvesting. Suitable for transport. The variety is protected under Michigan State University patent US Plant Patent 15146, CPVO – Application & Right granted File No. 20050225. Liberty is available exclusively in P 9 pots

Elliott

Elliott / © T. Kusibab

The bush is vigorous, growing up to 2 m, very high producer. In order to maintain fruit quality and consistent yield the bush requires heavy pruning. The berries are of medium size, ripening from early September to mid-October. Elliot is perfect for mechanical harvest and prolonged cold storage. Similarly to the Rubel variety, the fruits are high in antioxidants. The taste of fruit, especially with cold and wet September, can be slightly tart.

Aurora

Aurora / © T. Kusibab

Variety protected under patent!

The bush is high, slightly spreading, with stiff shoots. The fruits are large, firm, dark blue, with very small, dry scar and slightly tart flavour. They ripen a few days after Elliott. Aurora is suitable for cultivation in warmer regions of Poland. Suitable for transport. The variety is protected under Michigan State University patent US Plant Patent 15185, CPVO – Application & Right granted File No. 20050223. Aurora is available exclusively in P 9 pots.