6 Hints How to Grow Your Blueberry at Home. It’s Much Easier Than You Think

    6 Hints How to Grow Your Blueberry at Home. It’s Much Easier Than You Think

    6 Hints How to Grow Your Blueberry at Home. It’s Much Easier Than You Think
    Greg
    11:24 AM EDT, May 28, 2023, updated: 10:06 AM EDT, May 29, 2023

    Blueberries are delicious and healthy. They taste great in cakes and cocktails. Their juice is lovely, too.

    They have several properties that can’t be ignored for the sake of our health

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    blueberrycouncil

    • they prevent cholesterol accumulation in our blood

    • they protect your brain and thanks to a high level of antioxidants they reduce memory problems

    • they are low in calories but high in vitamins and nutrients

    • they reduce blood pressure and the risk of heart disease

    • they slow down aging process

    Grow blueberries in your own garden

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    labonsai

    Find appropriate place

    The bushes need good quality soil and a lot of sun which is necessary for the photosynthesis process. If you live in a flat with a balcony, all you need is an appropriate container.

    Enough space

    Remember that the bushes will grow. Provide enough space, especially between them.

    Planting

    The best time to plant them is autumn or spring. It is not a complicated process. They bushes prefer shallow rooting and permanent watering. The optimal soil acidity is 5.0 pH

    Mulching

    To get the best possible yield use sawdust, or pine bark as mulching. It helps to maintain appropriate soil humidity and prevents weed growth.

    Trimming

    First of all dead branches must be removed. It is also important to trim the bushes on regular basis to get rid of them most quickly growing twigs. This is how we can ensure optimum growth and excessive fruiting.

    Soil fertilising

    Use organic fertilisers not to hurt the bushes. They are eco-friendly and non-toxic.

    Thanks to these hints your bushes will be healthy and will fruit for 4 – 5 years.

    Good luck!
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