Image Number D2192-3
This botanical illustration documents Stanley, a mid- to late-season blueberry with dessert-quality berries. USDA botanist Frederick Coville named this plant after his son on whose plantation in New Lisbon, New Jersey, the variety was first shown to produce “good yields of berries of large size.”
Botanical illustration by James Marion Shull, (1940), Rare and Special Collections, National Agricultural Library.
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