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How to plant blueberries is the first and basic question. If planting a row of blueberries takes into account "hilling" the plants; raise them on top of the natural soil level by 12”-18” high and 3' wide.

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How to Plant Blueberry Bushes on Little House in the Suburbs at http://littlehouseinthesuburbs.com/2009/04/planting-blueberry-bushes.html

from SF Gate

Even if you're a gardener who has limited space, you can try growing a number of different fruit plants. Some of these plants can even be grown inside, such as dwarf versions of some citrus ...

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Growing Blueberry Bushes In The Home Garden - Many gardeners are wondering about growing blueberry bushes in their garden. Planting blueberry bushes in your garden is possible with a little preparation. Read this article to learn more.

Blueberry bushes can thrive in pots if the right potting soil and fertilizer is used. Plant a blueberry bush in a large pot of well-draining soil with help from a professional landscape designer in this free video on edible gardens.

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Growing Blueberries- very informative video. Plant in early spring, typically you'll buy a 1-2yr old plant from the nursery. You can buy it as bare root (cheaper) or potted. Add peat moss to backfill soil, plant at same height as is growing, loosen roots & break up any crust on top. Leave a depression in the soil so water will collect. Apply 6-8" mulch of pine needles, wood or bark. Plant >1 variety, needs for cross pollination. Space 5' apart, don't prune at planting time, de-flower in 1st…