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Brigitta Blueberries



Brigitta Blueberries are very light blue, medium to large-sized blueberries.

They taste mostly sweet but with a touch of tartness.

They are very firm, almost crisp, and will have a small, dry scar after picking.

Brigitta Blueberries grow in loose clusters and can be harvested mechanically and store very well after harvest.

The spreading bush grows up to 6 feet (1.8 metres) tall and can pollinate itself somewhat, but does better with another variety for cross-pollination.

It gives high yields in a late harvest.

Brigitta Blueberries are popular in Australia.

History Notes

Brigitta Blueberries were developed in Australia from a cross between Lateblue and Bluecrop Blueberries.

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