About Fall Creek/Brazelberries: “Since the 1970s, the Brazelton family and their team at Fall Creek Farm & Nursery in Oregon have been propagating and growing berry plants for berry farmers and nurseries around the globe.”

For more information: Amy Daniel; amyd@fallcreeknursery.com

Vaccinium corymbosum × angustifolium ‘Perpetua’

Common name: Perpetua blueberry

Trademark: Patent No. 24, 209

Introduced by: Oregon State University and Fall Creek/Brazelberries

  • Zones 4 to 8
  • Perpetua is a true, double-cropping blueberry: one crop in July, another in October. This vase-shaped plant has dark green foliage in spring and vibrant yellow and red winter canes.
  • Upright, vase-shaped; 5’ tall
  • Prefers well-drained, acidic soils and full sun
  • None indicated
  • No. 1, 2 and 3 gallon, retail-ready plants available through network of Brazelberries growers

Photo courtesy of Fall Creek Nursery