The dwarf (lowbush) blueberry is a native Northern Canada plant that grows to about 30 cm in height and produces wild blueberries. Thrives in well-drained acid, light, sandy soil. The yields of this pollinizing plant will greatly benefit from the presence of apiaries in the area. A large number of cultivars are required for commercial production.
This exclusive cultivar yields, tasty, sweet, mid to large-size powder-blue berries. It is adapted for hardiness Zone 2A. The plants are produced in vitro, which enhances rhizome development. Ideal for commercial production. Select cultivar from the Ascension, Lac-Saint-Jean area of Quebec.