A dwarf Tophat blueberry bush that I planted two years ago in a pot is now in bloom and I am hoping for berries this summer. The plant flowered a week after I pulled it out of the garage for the season.
I have seen some busy bumblebees in my yard, and I am hoping that they are pollinating the flowers on this bush. A long time ago a farmer, who raised blueberries, said it is hard to get bees to pollinate the flowers on a blueberry bush because the flowers are more difficult to access than other flowers.
A lazy bee would rather pollinate something easier. Bumblebees are hard workers so I should end up with some berries.
Meanwhile, I need to find my soil tester and make sure that the ph stays between 4.5 and 5.5.