These small-in-stature, large-on-taste berries are exactly what you think of when you think of wild Maine blueberries. The bushes are about 1-1.5 ft tall at maturity and have dainty white bell shape flowers in the spring, followed by small bright blue berries that will knock your socks off with flavor in the summer. In the fall, the bush is mass of crimson red and in the winter, the bush has interesting exposed striated grey bark for year round beauty. The bush will slowly sprawl outward through runners (not invasive). Produces very large yields of wild flavored blueberries.