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Linepaw

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Are they hard to grow in E.Tn? I’m going to give it a go and was just curious as to what I should expect. Thanks
 

Rancocas

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Ocoee Country/Cleveland
I used to grow high bush in Putnam county and they did very well. In western KY not so well. they like well drained rich but acidic soils. Deer love them and will prune them like they do apple trees.
yep; what Popcorn said.
My oldest son has a blueberry farm up in southern New Jersey. Lots of blueberries and lots of cranberries there. Sandy loam, acidic, and well-drained. Blueberries don't do well in clay. He has a problem with deer pruning his bushes.
The cranberries grow in bogs. Deer eat cranberries, too. Best for waterfowl.
 

Kligan

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Canada
Snakes. They are a terrible thing to deal with. There are many things that should be taken into consideration when deciding to organize a garden. I am fortunate enough to have a house that has a pretty big garden. My wife loves to plant different fruit trees and I love to take care of them. I've recently read about some expandable hose reviews because I've wanted to upgrade my old one. It's crucial to have the best tools available in order to be able to do a perfect job. And they last much longer than the cheaper ones, trust me
 
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