Fruit-VegGardenBlueberry – 1 Gallon



IMPORTANT: Please note that due to rapid changes in the quantities of this product available in store and the possible differences in colour, shape, or size of the product the plant purchased will not be identical to the one shown in the photo.

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The most important thing to remember when growing blueberry plants is that they need a very low pH balance to grow well.

Plant at least two bushes of a variety for cross-pollination. A mix of early-, mid- and late-bearing varieties will ensure a steady stream of fruit for your table.

Amend the soil with peat moss and acidic compost for blueberries if necessary; they thrive in slightly acidic, organic soil that stays evenly moist — never soggy.

Prune plants lightly when you plant them to remove any broken branches and establish their shapes.

Mulch your blueberries with 2 to 4 inches of organic material such as bark, well-rotted acidic compost or pine needles to prevent weeds and keep soil moist around blueberry’s

How long does it take a blueberry to grow big enough to produce fruit? It can take three to four years before they will produce fruit.

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Blueberry Variety

Blue Crop, Chandler, Duke, Elliot, Reka

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