Colville are firm, light-blue, large-sized blueberries with a small, dry scar after picking.
Their flavour is tart when they are ripe, but will sweeten up if they are left on the bush longer.
The fruit is aromatic, crack-resistant, and grows in loose clusters, making it possible to harvest by machine.
The fruit doesn't drop from the bush once ripe and provides moderate yields in a late harvest.
Colville Blueberries are suitable for local fresh markets and pick your own.
Colville Blueberries were released 1949.
Colville Blueberries were named after Dr Frederick V. Colville, a botanist who worked for the USDA at the turn of the 20th century.
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