April 11, 2011
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Yes, that would be fine. It will not harm the plant. This article will help you as well: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/blueberries/blueberry-plant-pruning.htm
I just bought two Jersey blueberry plants. Is it necessary to buy another type of blueberry plant to cross with these? Also, should they be planted away from other fruit, such as blackberries?
As long as they are in the ground, most likely they are fine. Plants need far less water in the winter than in the summer and the ground normally holds more than enough to keep them alive.
The issue I see could be that without snow, the plants may not have had the insulation they are accustomed to, and that can hurt the plants. If you fear the plants may be dead, this article will help you tell that:
I have three blueberry bushes. One (the smaller of the three, about three years old) produces a few berries. The other two (four years old) have never had a berry on them. I’m about ready to dig them up and start over. Any suggestions?
Since there are many reasons for this and I cannot see for myself, here is a site that you may find helpful: http://www.fruit.cornell.edu/berrytool/blueberry/leaves/BBphos.htm