Why are my blueberries not growing?
Also know, are blueberries slow growing?
Quick facts about growing blueberries Plant two or more varieties for successful pollination. Plants won't have much fruit the first 2 to 3 years. Harvest is bigger after 5 years. Blueberry plants grow slowly and reach full size in 8 to 10 years.
Beside above, how often should you water a blueberry bush? Water blueberry plants during the day. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. Give them at least 1" per week during growing season and up to 4" per week during fruit ripening. Keep the soil moist to a depth of 1".
Thereof, how can I make my blueberry bushes grow faster?
Several tons per acre are spread over intended rows in swaths 4 feet wide, at least 3 inches deep, and then tilled into the soil along with agricultural sulfur and peat where soil tests show the need to acidify soil to attain an optimum pH range of 4.8 to 5.0, plus a modest amount of pre-plant fertilizer.
What can you not plant near blueberries?
Other plants not in the Ericaceae family that can accompany blueberries are camellias (Camellia spp.), bearing early spring flowers in assorted colors; summersweet (Clethra spp.), bearing white or pink fragrant flowers; and fothergilla (Fothergilla spp.)