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 The Best Time to Plant Blueberry Plants?

Answer Blueberries are perennial, deciduous shrubs that live 40 to 50 years and produce a steady fruit crop 2 to 3 years after initial planting. Blueberries are permanently planted in beds, rows or hedge... Read More »
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Can I plant blueberry plants in pots?

On One Hand: Specific Growing RequriementsShallow roots and a love of acidic soil make the blueberry an ideal container plant. Plants require 2-foot-by-2-foot-by-2-foot or larger containers with pr... Read More »
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When is the best time to plant a blueberry bush?

Plant blueberry bushes before new growth begins and after the ground is dry enough not to stick to gardening tools. This is usually in late April or early May in the northern hemisphere. Space bush... Read More »
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Can you take a cutting off of a blueberry plant&use it to grow a new plant?

You can grow a new blueberry plant through cuttings, according to the North Carolina State University Extension. Cuttings can be propagated with small hardwood or softwood pieces without using a ro... Read More »
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How do I propagate blueberry plants?

Take CuttingsTake a cutting from a healthy blueberry plant in winter or summer. Take softwood cuttings from new growth in May, June or July. Keep the cuttings moist and they will root quickly. Tak... Read More »
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