The Q&A Archives: Blueberry Age

Question: I am getting a variety of Blueberries that can fit in a patio planter called "Dwarf Tophat." It is suppose to be shipped 6-9 inches tall. I was wondering if it will produce berries this year or if I have to wait until next year?

Answer: In general, blueberries take several years to become well established and do not bear much if at all until they are five years old or so. I would not expect significant production of berries for several years at least.

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