'Northcountry Half-High' blueberry produces medium-sized berries in July, possibly late June. This variety will yield about 2 - 7 pounds of fruit, advertised as having a "wild" flavor. Translated, that means a mixture of sweet and tart berries with a more concentrated blueberry taste. At least six hours of sun is a must for best tasting berries, and if you can plant another blueberry variety that blooms at about the same time, the berry production and flavor will be all the better for that. Blueberries are self-pollinating, but the cross pollination results in better yields.