The Q&A Archives: Japanese Blueberry

Question: I live in Las Vegas. It is 113 degrees here now. Two different nurseries here have told me the Japanese Blueberry tree does not transplant well in the heat. Others have told me it is no problem. What do you think?

Answer: Whether or not you can transplant your Japanese Blueberry depends upon the size of your tree, and how long it has been in the ground. If it is small, you should be able to dig and transplant it without difficulty. Do wait, however, for cooler weather. Transplanting in the fall, winter or early spring will make things less stressful for your tree. Best wishes with your landscape!

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