- Jun 16, 2016
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- Austin, Texas
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If shock is ultimately the problem -- and the only problem, then with some TLC they should definitely come back.Yea, I bought them from a nursery and planted them. If they are in extreme shock, would they come back this coming year or are they dead? Being in shock sounds like they would come back? The PH is proper now as well. I was kinda thinking they were in shock because I dropped the PH to quickly. But again, would they come back the following year if that is true?
I've never had Blueberrry outright die from transplant but again, they've always pretty much dropped most or all of it's leaves.
My guess is much like Apples, Blueberries don't like transplanting. It stresses them out a lot.
They generally recover if they were healthy prior to transplant.
Just tend to it as you normally would, and give it some time. While leaves should start coming back very soon, actual full recovery from transplant shock can* take quite a long time . Wish you the best
PS: It's still cold here in Texas. IDK where you are but if it's still cold where you are located then it's probably not growing much replacement foliage. Come spring, they'll be just fine