After two to three weeks in their pots, the blueberry seedlings can be treated with a liquid fertilizer to encourage their further growth. The resultant blueberry bush seedlings will yield fruit during the second year of growth, when the plant is between one and two feet tall. When growing blueberries from seed, it may take several years before the plant begins to yield any berries.
How to grow blueberries from frozen seeds?
The optimal time to sow seeds is in January or February, depending on the weather.Make use of blueberry seeds from berries that have been frozen for a minimum of 90 days.This will cause the seeds’ nesting time to be broken.
A modest amount of seed will produce a significant number of seedlings.Place 3/4 cup of thawed berries in a blender and mix until smooth.Fill the container 3/4 of the way with water.
- Insert cap and mix for 10-15 seconds at high speed until well combined.