‘Linnea’ Lingonberry


‘Linnea’ Lingonberry

Vaccinium vitis-idaea 5-9" Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences intro, 1999. Newer cultivar selected from an open-pollinated seedling of ‘Sanna’, a wild strain.

Bright red glossy nutritious fruits are slightly smaller than lowbush blueberries. Tart until dead ripe, then has excellent flavor, richer and less astringent than cranberries.

Strong producer of medium-sized berries. Bears in late September or early October.

Vigorous shallow-rooted spreading groundcover. Native to the colder northern hemisphere. Incredibly tough and very hardy. Grown in Newport, Maine, by Carol Armatis of 3B Apiary. Z2. Maine Grown. (potted transplants)

630 ‘Linnea’
Item Discounted
630A: 1 for $18.50
sold out
** Small & Light shipping applies if you order only items with stock numbers beginning with "L".
Click here for a complete list of qualifying items.

Additional Information

Lingonberries (Vaccinium)

To ensure good fruit production, plant more than one variety. Plant 12–18" apart in rows 3–4' apart.

For more info:
About Lingonberries.