Inventory, 12 ct : 3.00
This item was last sold on : 11/27/22
Pudwill blueberries are plump, sweet, yet fruity. The mild climate allows the fruit to mature over a longer period and thus develop richer flavor.
Blueberries are available year-round with some slight gapping.
The blueberry of the genus Vaccinium, is a native American species. In fact the blueberry is one of the few fruits native to North America. Efforts in the early 1900's by Elizabeth White and Dr. Frederick Coville to domesticate the wild blueberry resulted in today's cultivated blueberry industry. They selected desirable plants from the wild forests of the Northeast USA and cultivated them to develop blueberries that could be commercially grown by farmers. Their initial breeding work has resulted in the plump, juicy, sweet and easy to pick cultivated blueberry.
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