Vaccinium Corymbosum Sweetheart
‘Sweetheart’ is just that! Fabulously sweet flavored berries, often times twice in the same season! This Northern-Southern cross produces a heavy crop of medium to large, frosty berries in late May-early June, then, in milder climates, or with an extended Summer, a lighter fruiting in Autumn.
Best fruiting when interplanted with other Northern Highbush varieties such as ‘Earliblue’ or ‘Duke’.
Requires 750-800 chill hours to set fruit.
Full sun, in acid soil, with regular water and fertility.
Very wildlife and pollinator friendly.
- Common Name 'Sweetheart' Northern Highbush Blueberry
- Variety Sweetheart
- Zone Zone 4
- Mature Size 6'H x 6'W
- Bloom Time March - May
- Plant Type Fruits
- Flower Color White