I have 2 blueberry bushes in containers. Now that the fruit is ripening, can I move them into my screened in porch to protect them from the birds? The one issue is it will be mostly in shade.
Some of them may still ripen, but this will not be good for the plant.
This article will suggest methods to keep your plants safe, though:
I live in south texas and want to try blueberries. I am told there need to be 2 different kinds to grow. could u tell me which 2 are companable that u sell.
Actually, there are several cultivars that will do well. Here is an article that will help:
Hi What size Pot/containers will a Blueberry scrub need I intended to pot it & put in Ground Thanks
This should be no smaller than 2 gallons. I would recommend going larger than that, though. 5-8 gallons should be plenty for a smaller cultivar. This article will explain, more:
Tracy Please note my order on August 20,2021 #2151 355 448. I haven’t received the seeds yet. Tracy
We don't sell any plants or products so you must have purchased the seeds elsewhere. I hope you can locate the vendor.
The swampy area drains into a river. Native Tamarack trees grow in this area. We are 40 miles north of US border.
You could try it. This article says the native highbush blueberries are adapted to bogs and coastal areas, but you would need to get a native plant. The cultivars need well drained, acidic soil.
If you get a cultivar, you could build up a berm in your swamp to grow the blueberries. Or plant them in containers and set them on an area that is raised up from the swamp.
peach tree I want to plant two plants in my back yard. Which varieties will work best for my area and where can I get them. Which peach would work and again where can I purchase one.
These articles should answer your questions. We don't make vendor recommendations but you can easily find blueberries in nurseries and garden centers, same for peach trees.
Hi! I'm passionate about growing blueberries from seeds. I live in a warm climate (Pakistan), with high humidity in July and August. I can't get blueberry plants here readily, so I want to give growing blueberries from seeds a try. I was hoping you could guide me on the time when I should sow the seeds. I have been able to find a source from where I can buy the required seeds. Thanks.
It will take some patience so be sure you get viable seed from a reputable source. You will have to stratify the seeds first, so that means three months in cold storage such as the freezer. Time it so that you will be sowing in fall. These articles should help: