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  • Sophia Skreta

    How to Grow Blueberries...Yes, You Can Grow Them in Pots! Grow at least two different varieties to ensure cross-pollination and position them near each other (about 3 feet), this will produce a higher yield with bigger fruit. If you choose varieties with differing harvest dates you’ll enjoy fresh berries all season long.

  • Lynda Miller

    A few tips on growing blueberries. Our blueberry plants need help.

  • Laura

    BLUEBERRIES*** Grow Blueberries In A Pot? Sure! "Fresh blueberries can cost a pretty penny at the grocery store, but did you know it’s easy to grow your own…even on a balcony! Depending on the variety you choose, it can take 2 or 3 years for a plant to start producing fruit but once it does, you’ll enjoy picking blueberries for many years to come. Here’s a tip sheet to get you started…"

  • Heidi Baker

    Growing blueberry bushes in pots!

  • Aimée Edwards

    Grow Blueberries - simple, useful info about growing potted blueberries

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