The berries are very tart unless they are harvested only when fully ripe.
The bush needs 350 to 400 hours of cold weather during the winter. It blooms very early, so the blossoms often suffer frost damage
Picking leaves a wet-scar behind that shortens its shelf life, and they are too soft for shipping.
Woodward blueberries are not good for processing, because freezing toughens its skin.
Woodward blueberries were released in Georgia (USA) in 1960.