Checks or exact cash accepted for payment. Mail to: N.C. Cooperative Extension of Iredell County, PO Box 311 Statesville, NC. 28687 or deliver to our office at 444 Bristol Drive Statesville, NC. 28677. All orders must be paid in full no later than March 8, 2021. Pickup will be March 16–19, 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Proceeds from sales will help with all Extension Program areas.
BLUEBERRIES – Rabbiteye (more than one variety needed for pollination)
Tifblue – Berries are medium to large and light blue. Berries ripen in early to mid-season (mid-June)
Powder Blue – Powder Blue has reliable crops of large berries because of its spring frost resistance. The light blue, firm fruit hang in clusters, resist cracking and hold a sweet flavor. The shrub is vigorous and upright. Ripens in mid-late season
Premier – crops are produced with the distinctive powdery blue color on the large firm berries. The flavor is excellent, and the berries store well. The plant growth is vigorous ad upright. Ripens mid-late season.
$8 / bundle of 25
Strawberries are self fertile and do not require another variety to pollinate. Varieties are good for eating fresh or freezing.
Earliglow – (early bearing) The glossy firm fruit are highly sweet making them wonderful for fresh eating, jams, and freezing. The plants are great for the homeowners being vigorous with plenty of runners and are resistant to red stele, leaf diseases, and Verticillium wilt. Ripens in late May-June
Allstar – (mid-season) great strawberry for beginners. Produces large, light-colored, sweet berries. Resistant to red stele and Vertcillium wilt
Sparkle – (mid-late season) heirloom quality, good for jam and freezing. Flavorful, high quality, tasty, medium-sized berries. Vigorous variety, good for beginners.