The planting of blueberries
When purchasing blueberry plants, make sure that they are plants that require acidic peat soil as a substrate. These can also be cultivated well in a pot. When planting outdoors, the soil in the planting hole has to be partially replaced with peat, unless it is blueberry varieties that can cope with calcareous soils.
Plant blueberries in rows
When planting a blueberry garden in rows, a distance of about 2.5 meters should be maintained between the rows when planting. This means that there is still enough space to walk between the grown bushes. The individual plants should have a distance of about 1.5 meters in the row so that they can develop properly in the shape.
Tips & Tricks
Since blueberries tend to spread their roots flat, the planting hole must be dug more wide than deep.