Northcountry Blueberry


Introduced by the University of Minnesota in 1988. In comparison to the the Northblue it has an earlier harvest time, and will start about 3 weeks earlier. Though the Northcountry can self-pollinate the production yield will increase when pollinate with another variety. Known for its edible qualities with sweet, mild, sky-blue fruit, and with a wild fruit flavor. Also ornamental with glossy grain foliage that will turn a scarlet red in the Fall.