Red Blueberries


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There is nothing to be gained to let them grow too tall. Why not concentrate the energy by trimming the top?

They look glorious and warm!
 
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what type of blueberry are these plants?
I will have to go look. After 20 years I have forgotten. There are 2 types as I recall. I will update this post in a bit.

Tifblue and Premiere. The premiere makes a nice large berry and comes early, The tifblue comes later, has a smaller berry and its a bit sweeter than the premiere when ripened over the longer time.

The darker red is the tifblue and the lighter red and yellow leaves are the premiere.
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Beauty blooms in the garden as well as the heart.
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I don't need to go out of the yard for compost! Sorry!:)
:LOL:….my hubby gets the double ladders every so often and cuts back stems but it's a tall tree and when the pigeons eat them, then mess on the slabs..you get purple spots:mad:
 
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