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How do you take care of blueberry bushes in Florida? Blueberries require a well-drained soil of at least 18 inches in depth. Both rabbiteye and Southern highbush thrive on acidic soils, which contain more organic matter than is usually found in Florida soils. Peat. Apr 21, If you’re in the northern half of the state, plant rabbiteye, but if you’re in the southern half, choose the southern highbush.

Both kinds of blueberries require acidic, well-drained soils. Plants will benefit from the addition of organic matter and a layer of pine bark mulch. Blueberries will do best in a sunny area away from buildings and competition from roots of trees. May 21, It is best to feed the plants often but lightly so as to not shock the plant. Water when the soil is dry to a level of slightly damp, as over-watering can cause rot in the blueberry bushes’ root systems.

Pruning is essential but don’t overdo it. The best times to prune are right after the bush is first planted and then again in the winter months. May 14, Protecting blueberries over winter by covering the plants and mulching around them can be beneficial.

It is important when covering the plants to trap heat much like a small greenhouse. A frame of PVC covered and securely anchored can accomplish this purpose. Also, keep your plants moist.

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