Northland Blueberry- Grow blueberries even in northern Wisconsin and upper Michigan. Harvest up to 20 pounds of fruit or more per year from mature plants that grow 3 to 4 feet tall and wide. The dark blue, small to medium size berries have rich, wild blueberry flavor with high sugar content that makes the best pies, muffins and pancakes. Fruit ripens early in the season. Blossoms will tolerate a light frost and branches hold up well under heavy snowfalls.
Make your dream of growing strawberries a reality with this guide on how and when to plant, the different types of strawberries, and everything else you need to know to set up and maintain your own delicious strawberry patch. Even if you don’t have much space or you live in the city, you can plant in containers or raised beds and still harvest homegrown berries.