Are two blueberry bushes needed for pollination?

Answer Blueberry bushes do self-pollinate; you do not need to plant two bushes. However, the plants produce better crops if they are able to cross-pollinate with another variety, so your best bet is to pl... Read More »

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Can you plant blueberry bushes near blackberry bushes?

Yes, you can plant blueberry bushes near blackberry bushes. However, blueberries require more frequent watering. Also, blueberries require less space between plants than do blackberries, so to err ... Read More »

How to Cover Blueberry Bushes?

Blueberries are native to North America but were not cultivated as a crop until the 20th century. Most blueberries grew wild and were smaller than the large, plump varieties seen in grocery stores ... Read More »

Do deer eat blueberry bushes?

According to Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks, deer will eat blueberry bushes but usually only during the winter months when food is scarce. They mainly eat only the leaves of the bush whe... Read More »

How do I defoliate blueberry bushes?

PruneCheck your blueberries frequently for pest infestation and disease. Prune away and destroy all infected or infested branches and leaves. Use sterilized pruning shears during the pruning proces... Read More »