Stanley Heirloom Highbush Organic Blueberry Plant
2 gallon size potted plant
Stanley is an heirloom cultivar selected by Frederick Coville in 1921. It was named for his son, on whose blueberry plantation in New Jersey the Stanley blueberry was tested. Then, and now, Stanley is considered one of the sweetest blueberries ever to be produced. It was a seedling from a cross between Katharine (a seedling relation of Pioneer) and the wild Rubel blueberry. The berries are medium to large, and a mature bush can produce between 8-12# of blueberries. Ripening time for Stanley on our farm here in Brown County, IN, is usually late July to e. August. This tends to overlap the same ripening times for Elizabeth and Jersey. Stanley grows to 6′ tall and 3′ wide, with nice fall color to the leaves.
USDA hardiness zones 5a-8b