Do you need two different blueberry bushes to have blueberries?
Jeanne King on Jun 02, 2017Definitely. For proper pollination a minimum of 2 varieties are required. Most nurseries have several varieties on site eliminating the search.Helpful Reply
Janet Pizaro on Jun 03, 2017https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/blueberries/growing-blueberry.Helpful Reply
Cathy Poore on Jun 03, 2017Thank you so much .....now I'm in search of another bushHelpful Reply
Janet Fletcher on Jun 03, 2017I have one bush growing in a container on my sunny patio and it produces blueberries every year. I have had it about five years and have never had a second bush to pollinate it.Helpful Reply
Shawn VanDoren on Jun 03, 2017While not required, it is strongly suggested to have more than one variety of blueberry plant to help with pollination.Helpful Reply
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