Producer of the world’s largest blueberry, the Chandler Blueberry tree produces fruit the size of quarters.
Chandler Blueberry trees grow at a moderate rate and will reach a height of five to seven feet with a four to six foot spread. They are self-pollinating, but it is advisable to also cross-pollinate. Chandler Blueberry trees will generally bear fruit after one year of being planted.
Leaves are oval and bluish-dark green. They are three to five inches long. In fall they will turn a breathtaking deep red, orange and purple.
This colorful tree blooms in spring, producing a white, bell-shaped flower. The contrast between the deep green foliage and the white flowers is stunning.
Sweet blueberries appear in mid to late season, ripening generally in July. Berries will continue to be produced and ripen for up to six weeks.
Chandler Blueberry trees do best in full sunlight and planted in loamy, acidic, well-drained soil.
Hardiness Zone: 4-7