They have a tart flavour, and resist cracking.
The upright bush grows 5 to 8 feet (1.5 to 2.4 metres) tall, but should be pruned back to 6 feet (2 metres.)
Ivanhoe Blueberries have white blossoms and dark green leaves turning red in the fall, so it is often planted as an ornamental as well.
The bush can be self-fertile, but does best if cross-pollinated.
Ivanhoe Blueberries were developed in 1951 by E.B. Morrow and G.M. Darrow at the University of North Carolina.