They will have a small, dry scar after picking.
The upright bush needs 650 to 750 hours of cold weather during the winter, and needs to be cross-pollinated by another rabbiteye cultivar. In return, it will deliver high yields in a late harvest.
Ochlockonee blueberries were developed by Scott NeSmith at the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, University of Georgia from a cross between Tifblue and Menditoo blueberries, which was actually first done in the mid-1960s. They were released in 2002.
Ochlockonee blueberries were named for the Ochlockonee river in south Georgia (USA)..