I'll be keeping an eye on this thread too. I have 3 kinds right now. I believe they are Blue Jay, Blue Crop (or Early Blue, I'm not sure), and non-cultivar native lowbush V. angustifolium.
So far, I'm not getting enough harvest to make pies! Most go straight in my kids' mouths.
The Blue Jay and Blue crop/Early Blue are good eating fresh. The native shrubs haven't fruited yet so I don't know what they're like.
Looking through some catalogs, I stumbled on realization that I could grow early, mid, and late-season cultivars so we could have a longer blueberry season. So I'm looking to get a few more varieties. Try Googling for "blueberry cultivars."
Keeping away the voracious catbirds (not to mention other raiders like squirrels and rabbits) is a huge chore. I've tried bird netting and individual chicken wire cages. This year, I'm thinking of building a large cage around the entire blueberry area.
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But I would definitely look for a cultivar list by your local ag. extension service as well as other recommendations for your own local area.