Blueberry Woodard (landscape, edible, fruit, white blooms, bush)

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The Woodard Blueberry bush is a variety of Rabbiteye blueberry. It produces white and pink blooms in early spring and fruit that ripens in mid-spring to early summer. It prefers soil that is acidic and rich with organic matter. It's important when planting blueberry bushes to plant two different types so that the bushes can cross pollinate. GROWTH & CARE Plant Name: Woodard Blueberry Scientific Name: Vaccinium ashei Woodard Exposure: full sun Bloom/Feature: Pink and white blooms in early to mid spring Avg. Dimensions: 5-6 feet H x 5-6 feet W USDA Zones: USDA Zones 3-8 Soil: Well drained acid Water: as needed Uses: shrub border border container

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