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.
Top Hat is a perfect name for this cultivar, as it grows up to one to two feet gihg and wide. It is a cross between a small corymb and dwarf blueberry. Abundant white flowers in the spring morph into light-blue, mid-size berries. Top Hat is ideal for pot and peripheral planting.