Briteblue are very firm, light-blue, large-sized blueberries, up to an inch (2.5 cm) wide with somewhat waxy skins.
They have a small, dry scar after picking.
Briteblue blueberries handily grow in clusters on the bush, that can be mechanically harvested for the fresh market, and ship well.
They stay on the bush well when ripe and won’t drop off.
The upright, open bush needs 600 hours of cold weather each winter, but after that will give high yields.
Briteblue blueberries are considered good for pick-your-own operations.
Briteblue blueberries were released in Georgia,USA in 1969.