A Blueberry

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Re: A Blueberry

Post  Jerry Norbury on Mon Apr 29, 2013 8:05 am

Jay

Could it be your location/USDA zone which is simply not cold enough in winter for proper dormancy?

How are they doing now - are there any updated photos?

Jerry

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Re: A Blueberry

Post  Jay Wilson on Wed May 01, 2013 2:56 pm

Hello jeremy.
That is a good thought, but I wouldn't think chill hours would be a factor as my blueberry bonsai were all native plants collected on my place.

They are doing much better health wise this year and have quite a bit of fruit just starting to ripen (had a few for a treat this morning)

I've come to think my problems were caused by being too root restricted and too much turface in the soil mix, possibly making it too alkaline. The ones in almost pure pinebark and peat (more acid) seem to be doing the best especially if they have a little room for roots to run.

I don't have any new pictures.

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