blueberry fruit - Knowledgebase Question

far rockaway, Ne
Question by Janam2u
June 3, 2010
I bought two blueberry shrubs from Home Depot and then I read online that blueberries don't actually appear on the bush for the first three years. Is that true and if so will I be able to transplant them in the future if I move?


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Answer from NGA
June 3, 2010

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The answer depends upon the age of the plants. It can take a year or two, or even three for them to mature enough to set fruit but as long as they produce flowers, they have the potential to produce fruit, as well. The older the shrubs, the more flowers and the more fruit they will be able to develop. You can dig and transplant blueberry bushes in the future.

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