The most widely planted variety in the United States known for its adaptability, high yield and disease resistance. Midsized, firm berries in early August. Great for fresh eating, preserving or freezing. Leaves turn red in fall. Plant with compost and peat moss – this plant thrives in acidic soil. Best planted with another variety.
Water Requirements: Medium
Exposure: Full Sun
Features: Deer & Rabbit Resistant, Fall Color, Edible
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