My blueberry bush had a lot of white flowers on it, but now they've all but a few disappeared. Upon closer examination, it looks as though they were picked off or dropped (although I don't see any flower on the ground around my bush). Could they have dropped from a brief cold snap we recently had? Or do birds eat the flowers, too? Also, could a fungal disease made the bush drop their flowers?
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Depending on the stage of bud and flowering that the plant was in, the temperature drop may have affected your plant.
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