The Woodard Blueberry is a productive fruit producing variety from the rabbit-eye family. This selection is naturally heat tolerant which makes it well suited for growing in the southeastern United States(USDA Zones: 8-10), but will not fair well colder climates.
In early Spring Woodard will be covered with white bell-shaped blooms, then will yield medium-large dark blue blue berries in late-spring to early summer. Planting with other varieties of Blueberries for cross-pollination will vastly increase and improve fruit production.
For best results plant in a location that receives full sun and in soil that is acidic and rich with organic matter. Annually, Use a slow release acidic fertilizer on your blueberry plants.
This plant will arrive dormant if ordered from Fall- Early Spring
How to Space Your Woodard Blueberry
For a hedge of Woodard rabbiteye blueberry, plant 5 to 6 feet apart center-to-center. Plant this blueberry shrub at least 6+ feet apart for best plantings
Woodard Blueberry: Suggested Cross Pollinators