A mid to late season blueberry producing largest berries of any varietyPollination:
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History and description of Chandler
Chandler produces the largest size blueberries of any variety. The berries are the size of cherries - up
to 2g in weight and 2mm in diameter. They also have excellent flavour. Chandler also has the
advantage of a very long cropping season lasting up to 6 weeks from early August until mid
September. The bushes are vigorous and slightly spreading reaching a hight and spread of 5-7ft (1.5-
2m) when mature.
All blueberries do best on a moist acid soil. Blueberries are self-fertile, but it is recognised
that cross-pollination as a result of planting more than one variety together does improve yield.