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A blueberry tree is actually a bush on which blueberries grow. These bushes are referred to as trees because some varieties of the high bushes can grow as tall as 10 feet. More »

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Blueberry bushes should be planted in the early spring, approximately six weeks before the last frost of the season is expected. The plant should be put into the soil at the same depth as it was in the nursery, usually a... More »

Garden Guides describes blueberry bush leaves as glossy, dark green with yellow accents on the veins that group in small groupings. During the fall the leaves may turn yellow or bright crimson. The edges of the leaves ar... More »

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Garden Guides describes blueberry bush leaves as glossy, dark green with yellow accents on the veins that group in small groupings. During the fall the leaves may turn yellow or bright crimson. The edges of the leaves ar... More »

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If properly located, Japanese blueberry trees thrive and require a minimum amount of watering, fertilizing and pruning. You will need a 10-10-10 fertilizer, pruning shears or loppers, and a garden hose. Maintenance tasks... More »

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Most varieties of blueberry bushes do not require any regular pruning for the first three years of growth. After the first three years of growth, blueberry bushes benefit most from an annual late-winter pruning to rid th... More »

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Blueberry bushes should be trimmed or pruned in the winter season when they are dormant. Canes that are over seven years old should be pruned first, as they will be less productive than newer canes. More »

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