Blueberry Plant “Windsor” Vaccinium High Bush Live Plant
$7.99 sales tax
Plants for sale are Windsor U.S Pat.12783 Blueberry plants. Plants are between 6″- 16″ tall “They grow fast!!”. This specific specimen boasts very low chill requirements which enable it to be grown and produce fruit virtually anywhere. Each plant ..
Plants for sale are Windsor U.S Pat.12783
Blueberry plants. Plants are between 6″- 16″ tall “They grow fast!!”. Blueberry Plant Windsor boasts very low chill requirements which enable it to be grown and produce fruit virtually anywhere. Each plant is grown from tissue culture to be a disease free exact replica of the mother plant. Windsor is vigorous, with stout stems and a semi-spreading growth habit. Berries from the first half of the harvest average about 2.4 grams on young vigorous plants. The berries are about the same color as those of Sharpblue and Star. It has good firmness and flavor. You will need 2-3 different kinds for best cross-pollination. We recommend using only Bio Spectrum organic Fertilizer located in our store.
Windsor PP 12783 – Chill hours: 400, Season: Mid Late, Zone 7-9 , 4′ to 6′ tall. Produces a large crop, vigorous plant with stout stems and a semi spreading growth habit.
How to grow Blueberry Plant Windsor
Soil requirements and planting instructions
Mix together the following:
- 90 percent Sphagnum peat moss
- 10% perlite
Place this mixture in a pots, beds or garden and plant your blueberry. Proper site preparation ensures years of growth and once established they will not require weed control. Soil Ph should be around 4.9-5.5.
When making a site selection keep your plant in an area that has bright sunlight.
Blueberry plant care
If using drip irrigation keep the soil evenly moist.
Feed this heavy feeder every three weeks during the spring through mid summer with an acidic fertilizer.
Blueberry pests and disease
Pests or diseases are few and far between. Blueberry are also referred to as Vaccinium ashei, Vaccinium corymbosum
Plants will produce small lightly fragrant flowers. There are hundreds of varieties of blueberry.