Toro Blueberry produces high quality deep blue berries. It produces white with a pink tinge flowers followed by sweet, large blue berries. The berries ripen in late summer. The dark green leaves turn a burgundy color in the fall. Bees are attracted to the flowers when in bloom.
Toro Blueberry is a shrub that grows from 4' to 6' tall and just as wide. This shrub can be incorporated into a shrub border or as part a regular landscape.You can even plant this fruiting shrub in a container. Blueberries like humus rich soil, full sun, and medium to wet, well-drained soil. Mulch with organic mulch to keep the roots cool and moist. Keep it well watered when the berries are ripening.
Blueberry production is greater when cross pollinated with another variety. Cross Toro Blueberry with Bluecrop, Blueray, Patriot, or Earliblue Blueberry. They are a very nutritious berry and high in bioflavanoids. Blueberries can be eaten fresh, used in pies, jams, and syrup. Wildlife and birds are attracted to the berries. Place bird netting over the shrub to protect the berries if you wish to harvest the berries.