|'Bluecrop' grows in midseason into an upright bush and to the point of overbearing. It produces medium to large, light-blue fruit of good quality, the fruit is firm, resistant to cracking and has a good flavor. This cultivar is hardier and more drought resistant than most. The ripening time is similar to 'Blueray' and 'Bluecrop' and appear to be a good combination for cross-pollination.
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.