• Bred by North Carolina State University in 2007.
  • A moderately early variety; its berries ripen from the beginning till the middle of June (in the south-east part of Northern America).
  • Becomes up to 1.5 m high and 1.1 m across.
  • A vigorous grower with an erect and strong habit.
  • Its young leaves display red and orange hue.
  • Gives large, firm and extremely sweet berries which are light blue in hue; their ripening falls at the same time and lasts about two weeks; they can be kept in a cooler environment for long-term storage.
  • A high yielding variety.
  • Frost hardiness – USDA zone 6a-9b.

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