Vaccinium corymbosum 'Herbert' traditional-landscape
 

Vaccinium corymbosum 'Herbert'

Highbush Blueberry / Vaccinium corymbosum 'Herbert'

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Matt Kilburn added this to 6 Ways to Grow Edibles in Small Places
4. Berry patches for shady spots. Although most berries require full sun, blueberries will actually produce fruit in very little light. They also don’t mind being planted in containers, as long as the soil is on the acidic side. This is something that’s easy to regulate by adding peat or an acidic medium to the soil at the beginning of spring. Note: Blueberries require several different varieties present to produce fruit through cross-pollination.See the Houzz guide to growing blueberries

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homeectype added this to homeectype's Ideas
February 15, 2015
Blueberries can grow in very little light
sarahkmac added this to Gardening
May 4, 2014
Plant blueberries for Kyle... Not sure where
gunde2 added this to book 4
March 23, 2014
Berry patches for shady spots. Although most berries require full sun, blueberries will actually produce fruit in very little light. They also don’t mind being planted in containers, as long as the soil is on the acidic side. This is something that’s easy to regulate by adding peat or an acidic medium to the soil at the beginning of spring. Note: Blueberries require several different varieties present to produce fruit through cross-pollination.
heidweav added this to ideas for my new home
February 26, 2014
nosleep4 added this to computer area
October 12, 2013
idea
Amanda Middleton added this to Landscape Ideas
October 11, 2013
Berry patches for shady spots. Although most berries require full sun, blueberries will actually produce fruit in very little light. They also don’t mind being planted in containers, as long as the soil is on the acidic side. This is something that’s easy to regulate by adding peat or an acidic medium to the soil at the beginning of spring.
nickimah added this to outdoors
September 30, 2013
Berry patches for shady spots
sylviepopulus added this to sylviepopulus's ideas
July 28, 2013
Bleuets
mamawendylou added this to mamawendylou's ideas
July 25, 2013
blueberries
peach18 added this to Landscaping
July 1, 2013
BLUEBERRIES!
muzikmates added this to How Does Your Garden Grow?
June 28, 2013
4. Berry patches for shady spots. Although most berries require full sun, blueberries will actually produce fruit in very little light. They also don’t mind being planted in containers, as long as the soil is on the acidic side. This is something that’s easy to regulate by adding peat or an acidic medium to the soil at the beginning of spring. Note: Blueberries require several different varieties present to produce fruit through cross-pollination. TO DO: PLANT BLUEBERRIES
nhuneke added this to Shade garden ideas
May 15, 2013
Blueberries will produce berries without full sun. Need acidic soil. Can produce in little light. Note: Blueberries require several different varieties present to produce fruit through cross-pollination.
clauswomann added this to Garden
May 5, 2013
low light berries!
frankies5 added this to frankies5's ideas
May 4, 2013
Berry patches for shady spots. Although most berries require full sun, blueberries will actually produce fruit in very little light. They also don’t mind being planted in containers, as long as the soil is on the acidic side. This is something that’s easy to regulate by adding peat or an acidic medium to the soil at the beginning of spring.
charliesday27 added this to charliesday27's ideas
May 3, 2013
Daniel added this to Garden-Patios-Water Features
May 3, 2013
Berry patches for shady spots. Although most berries require full sun, blueberries will actually produce fruit in very little light. They also don’t mind being planted in containers, as long as the soil is on the acidic side. This is something that’s easy to regulate by adding peat or an acidic medium to the soil at the beginning of spring. Note: Blueberries require several different varieties present to produce fruit through cross-pollination.
eljaybee added this to eljaybee's ideas
May 3, 2013
try the guide for growing blueberries
April Bartlett added this to april_bartlett's ideas
May 2, 2013
planting blueberries
natmet1 added this to natmet1's ideas
May 2, 2013
shady spot fruits
spaden123 added this to spaden123's ideas
May 2, 2013
Good in acidic soils and containers
Kim Schmidt added this to Yard and Garden
May 1, 2013
Blueberries for shady area
cevavold added this to cevavold's ideas
May 1, 2013
daryls berries
anad0 added this to anad0's ideas
May 1, 2013
growing blueberries
corlettelook added this to Garden Ideas
May 1, 2013
Berry patches for shady spots. Although most berries require full sun, blueberries will actually produce fruit in very little light. They also don’t mind being planted in containers, as long as the soil is on the acidic side. This is something that’s easy to regulate by adding peat or an acidic medium to the soil at the beginning of spring. Note: Blueberries require several different varieties present to produce fruit through cross-pollination.
judycarter3 added this to outside fun
May 1, 2013
blueberries
laurenml23 added this to Colorado Garden
May 1, 2013
How about berries?
sleepyktty added this to Gardening
May 1, 2013
Blue berry bush loves shade!
Angie Rayfield added this to garden notions
May 1, 2013
Who knew that there were berries that didn't need full sun?
skkomori added this to skkomori's ideas
May 1, 2013
blueberry
my3sons3511 added this to plants
May 1, 2013
Blueberries
cgbtoo added this to cgbtoo's ideas
May 1, 2013
interesting
Mark Loucks added this to mark_loucks's ideas
May 1, 2013
blueberries and sun light
mandarine added this to Sainte-Julie
May 1, 2013
en haut derrière la maison: Berry patches for shady spots. Although most berries require full sun, blueberries will actually produce fruit in very little light. They also don’t mind being planted in containers, as long as the soil is on the acidic side. This is something that’s easy to regulate by adding peat or an acidic medium to the soil at the beginning of spring. Note: Blueberries require several different varieties present to produce fruit through cross-pollination.
Jess added this to Outside
April 30, 2013
We could grow blueberries?
Joyce McGlaun added this to joyce_mcglaun's ideas
April 29, 2013
Blueberries grown in containers
joannerr added this to Edible garden
April 29, 2013
Blueberries
stellaria added this to stellaria's ideas
April 29, 2013
blueberries for shade?
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