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Olympia Blueberry

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Original price $20.99 - Original price $37.99
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$20.99 - $37.99
Current price $20.99

Vaccinium corymbosum 'Olympia'

A Northwest original! Introduced in 1933 by renowned local grower Joseph Eberhardt, this heritage variety boasts medium-large berries with superior, rich blueberry flavor. Ripens dependable crops in late-midseason.

This spreading, upright variety prefers milder winter locations, needs 800+ chill hours, and responds well to pruning to keep it upright and vigorous. REQUIRES another blueberry for pollination - one of the few varieties that is not at least partially self-fertile.

USDA Zone: 5-8

Mature Height: 5' (Medium)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Late Midseason/August

Pollination: REQUIRES a Pollinizer

Read our Blueberry Growing Guide


Ship Time: Bareroot 2-3' Bush


Ask a Question
  • Are two Olympia blueberries able to pollinate each other, or do I need a second variety?

    They are not able to, they will need another variety for cross pollination.

  • How tall does this blueberry bush get?

    Olympia has a mature height of roughly 5 feet tall.

  • Just picked ours up this morning and I’d like to know what planting width it prefers. We have plenty of room to let them spread, my first thought is 4 feet apart.

    Plant at 4 foot centers if you want them to touch, 5-6 foot centers if you don't want them to touch.

  • Will this blueberry grow well in a large pot - 22in wide x 20in deep?

    With irrigation, yes it will grow fine.

  • Since my backyard is not big, if 1) I just plant one Olympia Blueberry, wit it bear fruit? 2) how long will it take to bear fruit? 3) should I plant blueberry now or in Spring? Hope to hear from you soon.

    Olympia performs very poorly on it's own. It will produce fruit, but in very small amounts. Our blueberries are flowering age when shipped and can be planted anytime.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
John w.D.
of all the Blueberries

This one is the least productive and requires much care to keep in service. I have 4 varieties 4 feet apart in my garden and Olympia is a weak sister.

Betsy G.
Olympia blueberry

Plant arrived quickly, well packaged, and healthy! Can’t wait to get some blueberries, it’s my favorite!