|'Berkeley' produces light-blue fruits of good quality and are vigorous, spreading and productive. The berries from 'Berkeley are the largest of all berries, store well and generally ripen one week after the cultivar, 'Blueray'.
This deciduous shrub is dense with an upright, multiple-branched growth habit. Leaves are elliptical, and can be toothed or entire, to 3 inches long, turning red or yellow in the fall. White, sometimes pink tinged flowers to 1/2 inch across are held in pendant terminal racemes. Flowers are followed by edible, sweet, round, deep blue berries to 1/2 inch across.
Many varieties are available, check for the ones that are best suited to your local area. Blueberries love acid soil.