• Darrow berries
  • Darrow in hands

High Chill

Darrow

Darrow boasts one of the largest berries of all cultivars, yielding fruit the size of a quarter. The berries are slightly flat and light blue with a memorable robust flavor, making them well worth every gardener’s effort.

USDA Hardiness Zones: 5-8

Public Variety

Berry Size:

Large Large Size
Primary Use: Fresh
Fruit Qualities: Juicy, Robust
Bush Habitat: Upright
Chilling Level: High Chill
Ripening Season:  
Triangle Season Scale
Late

The blueberry industry in Mexico was built on Biloxi; this variety is adaptable from 270 to 2,900 meters above sea level.  Under appropriate management systems, it can bear fruit from September to June.  Good flavor if allowed to ripen, good bloom, and a mid-sized berry.
--Salvador Alvarez Barboza
Representing Sales for Fall Creek Mexico