From the hot interior valleys to the cooler coastal
environment, this berry is right at home.
Plants do well in full sun but tolerate some light shade
The blueberry is self-pollenizing, but larger fruit is
produced if planted with more than one variety.
1. Dig a hole two times the size of the root ball.
2. Using Danish Potting Soil Mix or E.B. Stone Azalea, Camellia, Gardenia Planting Mix.
3. Make sure the top of the original root ball is one inch above surrounding soil.
5. Firmly tap soil to remove any air pockets.
6. Water in with Liquinox B1.
Blueberries like acid fertilizers, but be careful not to over fertilize them.
1. Feed monthly with E.B. Stone Azalea, Camellia and Gardenia Food.
2. Prevent leaf chlorosis or yellowing by applying Iron Supplement in mid-spring and again in the
Keep soil evenly moist throughout the growing season.
It's important that blueberries are established before bearing fruit. Prune heavily each
year to avoid overfruiting.
Remove low growth around the base and any dead or non-vigorous twiggy wood. The
goal is to remove 1/3 to 1/2 of the wood each year. This allows for stronger growth and
better quality fruit.