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BLEUET PERPETUA

This unique variety produce twice . Flowers on new shoots to produce fruit in mid-summer and then bloom again for the second harvest in autumn.

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BLEUET PERPETUA

An early season blueberry with rave reviews! This vigorous Northern-Southern cross produces a heavy crop of sweet, juicy, berries early in the blueberry season — and, in mild areas, a lighter second crop develops later that same year. Yields up to 15 pounds per plant. Developed in 1999, introduced in 2010. Cold-hardy. First crop ripens in late May to early June. Second crop ripens in August. Self-pollinating.

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BLEUET PINK ICING

Pink Icing™ is a compact, ornamental blueberry plant with colorful spring foliage colors ranging from hues of pink to blues and greens. In winter, the foliage turns an iridescent turquoise blue. The large, sweet and robust-flavored fruit ripens mid-summer. Use in the landscape mixed in with other ornamentals, or it can be used as a hedge.

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BLEUET PINK POPCORN

Pink Popcorn®’s compact plants produce a prodigal bounty of medium-sized, pink-cream- to pink berries with darker pink blush, bursting with true blueberry flavor and aroma. Hardy, northern high-bush 4-5’ plants, with showy white flowers and crimson fall foliage, bear oodles of pink fruit that ripens early to mid-season. Variety that is undemanding, easy to care for, and untroubled by pests or diseases. Self-fertile plants.

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BLEUET POLARIS

Fragrant and firm fruits. Compact plant. Very hardy and good yielder. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. A spring application of acidic fertiliser is well recommmended the year after the plantation. Needs a fresh, poor and well drained soil. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. You MUST plant two different varieties to get a good pollination.

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BLEUET TOP HAT

Smaller variety with nice ornamental qualities. An addition of acidic potting soil is required when the shrub is planted. A spring application of acidic fertiliser is well recommmended the year after the plantation. Needs a fresh, poor and well drained soil. Avoid excessive watering. Mulch recommended. You MUST plant two different varieties to get a good pollination.

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CAMERISIER BERRY BLUE ET INDIGO GEM

'Berry Blue' is an excellent pollinator. Very vigorous and very productive, its elongated fruits are of good size (1.35 gr). Picked when ripe (late July early August), they are excellent. For its part, Indigo Gem has a fruit of 1.3gr with an oval shape, firm flesh and a sweet taste. sweet and tangy. It is also the most productive in its class. Perfect for fresh consumption and processing.

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CAMERISIER BOREAL BEAST

Boreal Beast joins the class of late cultivars. It offers firm fruit with exceptional flavor. The size of its fruit is greater than the Tundra camerise and the Indigo series but smaller than the cultivars of the Boreal series. We are talking about a fruit with a size between 1.86 gr. and 2.06 gr. on an upright, very vigorous plant resistant to powdery mildew. Perfect companion for Boreal Blizzard and Boreal Beauty,

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CAMERISIER BOREAL BEAUTY

The Boreal Beauty cultivar is distinguished by its taste and fruit weight similar to Boreal Blizzard. A late variety, its fruits are firm and excellent, carried on a very vigorous plant. It offers good resistance to mold and a very good yield. Flowering and fruit harvest are late compared to other cultivars.

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CAMERISIER BOREAL BLIZZARD

This improved cultivar produces fruit almost twice the size of the cultivar Tundra, weighing 2.8-3.9 gr. Appreciated for the exceptional flavor of its spicy sweet fruits, their large size and firmness. The plant is vigorous, mold resistant and sunstroke and offers excellent yields for a later harvest period than the Indigo series. It is compatible with the Boreal Beast but also with Honey bee, Indigo, Borealis and Tundra.

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