Hardiness: Zone 2.
Size: Bush up to 6ft.
Planting: Highly durable, best in good soil, but can tolerate shade and wet soils. Shallow roots that don't compete well with grasses/weeds and other plants.
Fruit: Blue elongated berries, approx 1.9g.
Pollination: Not-self pollinating, this variety is a considered a universal pollinator, except for Boreal Beauty.
Use: Excellent wine, juices and processing.
Ripening: Early June.
Pot: 1 gal
One of the tallest, fastest growing, and highest yielding varieties. Berries are slightly tart and tangy tasting. Universal pollinating variety.