Transplant Time Begins
Dear Bay Gardener:
I enjoyed your article (Aug. 19) about pruning blueberries. I have been growing blueberries since the early 1980s and have done very limited pruning. My five bearing bushes gave me 40 quarts this summer. We had to move the bushes earlier this month (had them professionally moved) because we are putting an addition on our house. Although this is not the proper time of year to transplant bushes, they appear to be doing well. I would love to watch you prune your berries in March.
–Carole Purves, by email
A This is the best time of year for transplanting blueberries, azaleas and rhododendrons.
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