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Elizabeth Blueberries



Elizabeth are very large-sized blueberries that ripen mid-season.

Though they have been abandoned commercially owing to inconsistent yields, they are still grown by home gardeners and pick your own operations because of their very good flavour.

History Notes

Elizabeth Blueberries were named after Elizabeth Coleman White, a commercial cranberry grower in New Jersey, USA and one of the first American blueberry researchers.

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