Blueberries grow well when planted in acidic soil with good drainage in a hole deep enough to spread the roots. Multiple bushes need at least 4 feet between them. Early spring is the ideal planting time for blueberry bus... More »

Expert tips for growing blueberries include using well-drained soil that has the optimal pH. If this soil is difficult to obtain, it is possible to plant blueberries in pots and containers instead. More »

Bluecrop blueberries require a slightly acidic soil pH, between 4.5 and 5.5, to thrive. Plant them in a sunny spot with rich, well-draining soil for best results. You need some mulch, a pH test and mesh coverings to get ... More »

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