• Originated in Canada, introduced to cultivation in 1976.
  • Grows vigorously into a bush 5 m high; when young develops elevated and compact habit, older bushes show a tendency to stretch to their sides (up to 6 m wide).
  • Develops root suckers moderately or intensively; long-lived, lives even to be 70.
  • Its foliage turns yellow in autumn.
  • Bears big, even 17 mm wide, almost ball-shaped fruits gathered in clusters of 6-12 which ripen early, but not all at the same time; they become blue-black in colour and are covered with a slight waxy bloom; juicy with a sweet taste, can be enjoyed raw, recommended for jams and jellies, and for fruit cakes, can also be cooked.
  • High yielding, its flowers develop and its fruits ripen earlier than in other varieties.
  • Preferred by home growers.
  • Attractive to insects and birds.
  • Suitable for zone 3 USDA.
  • This is to inform you that acting under restrictive phitosanitary regulations on the spread of quarantine organisms (quarantine risk materials), we do not sell plants of these species to the following countries: Austria, Estonia, Finland, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain.