One of the most popular late-season Northern Highbush blueberry for both home growing and commercial use. You're likely to find these berries in your local grocery store around August or September. It's there for a reason, the berries are delicious-mild, sweet and crack-resistant. It's also a fantastic performer, as it's reliably vigorous and fast growing in acidic soil. It's such a creative way to set apart an ornamental border. It'll mature to 4-5' tall, and the plentiful light-blue berries will make it stand out in the garden. The leaves turn yellow in fall, going right along with other autumn colors in the landscape. When the leaves fall away in winter, it shows it's bright yellow canes. Hardy in Zones 4-8 Pense Nursery, Inc.