Blueberry Bushes


eyesareup added on April 7, 2011 | Answered

When do the following blueberry plants bear fruit (i. e. early, mid summer, late) in northern IL: Arandrano, Bluecrop, Elliot and Northland. Thank you

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    Answered on April 10, 2011

    Bluecrop and Northland will ripen before the Elliot. The first two should be ripe around late July or early September and Elliot should be ripe by mid August to September. As for the Arandrano variety, I am unfamiliar with that one and would not be able to tell you when it ripens.

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