The Windsor Blueberry Plant produces the largest fruit of any of the Southern Highbush Blueberry varieties. They have a low chill hour requirement of 300 to 400 hours, and are suggested for planting in the ground in USDA Zones 7 to 10. Windsor Blueberry Plants grow to 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide, and can take cold temperatures down to 15ºF. With dark blue-green foliage and dense growth habits, Windsor Blueberry Plants make beautiful edible landscape hedges.
Windsor Blueberries are large, crisp, juicy, and sweet. They are considered one of the highest quality dessert Blueberries, and are perfect for eating fresh, juicing, baking, and for making preserves. Windsor Blueberry Plants bloom in early March and the fruit is ripe from late April through May. Plant one or more Windsor Blueberry Plants with another Southern Highbush Blueberry variety for cross-pollination, and enjoy home grown crops of delicious, nutritious Blueberries.