Answer: In general, all of these will grow best in a location with full sun all day long and soil that is evenly moist yet well drained. Most fruit trees need five years or more to become established and begin to bear fruit.
The blueberries have additional special soil requirements in that they require an organic and humusy soil that is highly acidic.
To know how much to fertilize, you should run some basic soil tests and check the soil fertility, then fertilize based on the test results. The best time to fertilize would be in the spring. In the meantime, using an organic mulch over the root area (spread it out in a flat layer about three inches deep) will be helpful.
You may find the following general care guide useful in checking on care for each different fruit. The instructions were written by Penn State but should still apply just as well in your area.
I hope this helps you trouble shoot!
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