How To Grow Your Own Endless Supply Of Blueberries At Home

Blueberries are one of the healthiest fruits in the world. The lattes studies have found that blueberries are extremely beneficent for our brain and protect us from memory loss.

Here we are going to show you how to grow your own organic blueberries.


6 Easy Steps to Grow Blueberries:

1. Choose a proper place and prep the soil

You will need a sunny place with well drained, well worked and weed free soil. If you want to plant it in your own garden you will need available area of two and a half feet diameter and a foot deep for each plant.

Dig a hole on the area and remove a third of the soil and apply an even amount of remoistened peat moss and mix it well.

2. Space the bushes for optimal growth

For solid undergrowth the space between the blueberry bushes needs to be 2-2.5 feet, or 6 feet for individual blueberry bush. If you intend to make rows, the space between them needs to be 8-10 feet

3. Planting

The blueberry bushes are planting during spring or fall. In some parts of the world they can be planted in any time of the year.

If you bought containerized plants,gently pull out the bush from the contains, and then rough up the cortical layer of the roots.

Increase plant’s top topsoil for half an inch. Harden it well around the root ball, and at the end apply some soil up alongside the subjected root. At the end make sure you water it well.

4. Mulching

The best wreathes for blueberry are sawdust, grass clippings, acid tripe and rind mulch.

5. Pruning

You must prune the bushes regularly if you want to have strong and healthy plant.

Tips on pruning:

– Remove the low growths around the bush
– Clear the dead wood
– Cut off short and discolored branches
– Clear 1/3 of the wood of the bush
– Soil Fertilization

You should try blood meal and cottonseed for organic fertilization.

6. Soil fertilization

For organic fertilizers, you should try blood meal and cottonseed, which are proved as very efficient for this goal. The manures shouldn’t be used because they can harm the bush.