#PROTECT YOUR FRUIT BUSHES THE EASY WAY #Whether they're from the North or South, birds love Alabama's state fruit, blackberries. If they're enjoying yours before you get the chance, set up this low-tech line of defense.
Want a larger harvest of blueberries? Learn how to prune blueberry plants for a larger harvest. Great step by step tutorial, plus love her tips for what to add to the soil. If you want to put in blueberries or already have them, you need to read this tutorial now.
There are lots fruit trees and berry bushes that do well in containers. Pick your favorites and have your own edible garden on your balcony, patio, or porch. Options include strawberries, apples, currants, blackberries, and more. #sponsored
The best blueberries for container life are highbush varieties (as opposed to rabbiteye) that have been bred for short stature, commonly called "half-high." Plant blueberry bushes in acidic soil and in containers that are at least 18 to 24 inches deep. To get the best harvest, the flowers must cross pollinate with a nearby blueberry bush that is a different variety but is also flowering at that particular time of year. Just find 2 varieties that produce fruit at the same time of year.