• Top hat in bloom on deck
  • Top hat in ground
  • Top hat in planter

High Chill

Tophat

Top Hat is a perfect name for this dwarf cultivar as it grows 1' — 2' high and wide. Top Hat is the result of crossing a short stature Highbush with a compact, small Lowbush Blueberry. Plentiful white blooms in spring give way to attractive light blueberries that are pea sized and larger. Top Hat is perfect for defined border plantings or growing in patio containers. It also makes an excellent candidate for a bonsai project.

USDA Hardiness Zones: 3-8

Public Variety

Berry Size:

Small Small Size
Primary Use: Container Plant
Fruit Qualities: Wild
Bush Habit: Globe
Chilling Level: High Chill
Ripening Season  
Triangle Season Scale
Mid

Draper its a heavy producer of large, firm fruit. It requires very well drained, light soils to perform well. Draper does well in mid and high chill regions.
--Antonio A. Alamo
Breeding and R & D Manager