1 - Chanticleer - 1 Gallon
Chanticleer (the rooster) was so named because of its characteristic of very early ripening. Chanticleer ripens its fruit 2-5 days earlier than 'Weymouth', the earliest leading cultivar, and is superior to 'Weymouth' in fruit size and color. Its fruit are medium sized, medium to light blue, with good scars, and good firmness. Chanticleer fruit is sweet, sub-acid, and mild flavored Chanticleer is an upright, moderate height bush, that flowers slightly later than 'Weymouth' offering improved avoidance from damage by late spring frosts. Observations have suggested it is resistant to mummy berry blight caused by the fungus Monilinia vaccinii-corymbosi. Chanticleer is recommended as an early season cultivar.