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Why does my blueberry bush not fruiting?
Last Updated: 2nd March, 2020
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Considering this, why won't my blueberry bush produce fruit?
Blueberry bushes may not produce many berries because of reasons related to the planting site. Ideally, plant blueberry bushes in full sun. They may tolerate some shade, but if blueberry bushes do not receive sufficient sunlight, their berry production can be reduced.
Likewise, do I need 2 blueberry bushes to get fruit? Blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) bushes are self-pollinating to an extent, but grow larger fruit through cross-pollination by a second variety. Both varieties of blueberries involved in cross-pollination need to have bloom times that are at the same time of the season to be successful.
Herein, how long does a blueberry bush take to produce fruit?
three to four years
What's the best fertilizer for blueberry plants?
Blackberries respond well to any nitrogen-rich fertilizer, but blueberries require fertilizers with an ammonium form of nitrogen such as urea, sulfur-coated urea, ammonium sulfate, or cottonseed meal. Any fertilizer sold for azaleas or rhododendrons also works well for blueberries.