Sweetcrisp Blueberry Plants are vigorous, somewhat sprawling, easy to grow, and produce firm, crisp berries that are very sweet. Sweetcrisp Blueberry Plants can be grown in USDA Zones 7 to 10, and have a somewhat low chill requirement of 200 to 300 chill hours (annual hours below 45º Fahrenheit). These medium to large sized berries ripen from late April to early May. Mature Sweetcrisp Blueberry Bushes only reach about 6 feet tall and 6 feet wide, so they can be grown in both large and small gardens.
Sweetcrisp Blueberry Plants are Southern Highbush Blueberries, and will cross-pollinate with other Highbush Blueberry plants such as Snowchaser, Sapphire, Jewel, and Emerald. These plants do best in rich, acidic soil and full sun. Sweetcrisp Blueberry Plants can also be grown in containers. Sweetcrisp Blueberry Plants are easy to grow, relatively small, produce very sweet, incredibly crisp berries, and have a low chill hour requirement. These attributes make them a great choice for the edible garden.