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Blueberry Vaccinium Cor. Blueroma is a popular blueberry variety known for its large, juicy and sweet-tasting fruits. Here’s everything you need to know about growing it in your garden.
Best Position: Blueberry plants prefer acidic soil and a sunny position with good drainage. They also benefit from protection against strong winds.
When to Plant: Plant blueberry bushes in autumn or early spring when the ground is not frozen. Container-grown plants can be planted at any time of the year.
Fruiting Time: Blueberries typically produce fruit in mid to late summer, around July to August.
Height and Spread: Blueberry bushes can grow up to 2 meters tall and spread out around 1.5 meters wide.
When to Feed: Blueberry plants benefit from regular feeding with an acidic fertiliser, especially during the growing season. Feed once in early spring and then again in late spring/early summer.
Blueberry Vaccinium Cor. Blueroma is a self-fertile variety, but planting it with other blueberry varieties can increase yields. Pruning is also important for maintaining the health and productivity of the plant. Prune in late winter or early spring to remove any damaged or dead wood and to encourage new growth. With proper care, your Blueberry Vaccinium Cor. Blueroma plant can provide you with delicious and nutritious berries for many years to come.
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