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High Chill

Chippewa

Chippewa is a half-high variety developed in Minnesota. The bush is slightly larger than Polaris and more upright than Northblue. Berries are sky blue and the largest of all Half-High varieties. Chippewa is excellent as a patio plant. Like all half-highs, Chippewa is known for its cold hardiness.

USDA Hardiness Zones: 3-8

Public Variety

Berry Size:

Medium - Large Medium - Large Size
Primary Use: Container Plant
Fruit Qualities: Smoothly Sweet
Bush Habitat: Compact, Upright
Chilling Level: High Chill
Ripening Season:  
Triangle Season Scale
Mid

We believe that Meadowlark has a lot of potential. It has vigorous, upright growth, firm berries, and ripens with Springhigh. It may also be machine harvestable.
--Sarah Varble, PhD
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