Winter care for blueberries

November 11th, 2010

As we’re getting into the late fall season, now is the time to start making preparations for your blueberry plants before the first snowfall.

There’s a great article from eHow that gives instructions on winter care for blueberry plants, so take a look if you haven’t winterized blueberry plants before. And don’t forget – blueberries do require a winter chill in order to produce the next year, so they can definitely survive, as long as they’re winterized properly!

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