• Grows up to 1.5-2.1 m high, develops a slightly broad-spreading upright habit.
  • Displays characteristic small dark green leaves.
  • Boasts very big berries, especially from the first crop. Develops attractive taste, a typically dessert cultivar.
  • Attention should be paid to harvesting in full harvest ripening, only then it reveals its taste. Not suitable for mechanical harvesting. Its fruit ripens late, often – especially in worse conditions – it does not ripen.
  • A well-known and sought for blueberry cultivar but difficult in cultivation, especially in colder areas, a bigger planting rather risky.
  • Highly valued by nursery growers thanks to its fruit that remains long on shrubs in the autumn sale period of the nursery planting.
  • Not resistant to stem blight.
  • Cold hardiness -29°C (USDA – zone 5).