Siberian Blueberry or Lonicera or honeyberry – Unique taste and large fruits in your garden
Siberian blueberry or Lonicera or honeyberry has large fruits, with a unique shape, and a special taste, and is rich in vitamins, minerals, acids, and antioxidants. Blueberries have a lot of vitamins, and the recommendation of specialists is to be consumed regularly.
Among the vitamins that blueberries contain are vitamins C, and A, but also vitamins B1 and B2. From blueberries you can prepare tasty smoothies, but also desserts or you can include them in your breakfast. Blueberries are one of the tastiest fruits, and Siberian blueberries are larger, with a special shape.
Whether you want to grow blueberries for your own consumption or to establish a culture, the tips here will help you.
Areas where you plant Siberian blueberries
To ensure that this blueberry has the temperatures it wants, it is important to plant this blueberry in an area that is not too hot. Therefore, areas such as the south are to be avoided when it comes to Siberian blueberries because it is very hot in summer.
Siberian Blueberries prefer temperatures of up to 20 degrees Celsius. When it comes to the minimum temperature, it should not fall below 17 degrees Celsius.
Areas in the country where the nights are cooler will make blueberries grow healthier and grow nicely. The fruit will taste better this way.
Siberian blueberry care
As for the soil, blueberries need well-drained soil, a soil rich in organic matter. If you want to enjoy a rich culture, then it is important to plant blueberries in individual holes. Manure is very useful, so don’t be afraid to use it.
The planting hole when you put the blueberries in the ground must be one the size of the roots of the bush.
To care for blueberries needs an irrigation system. You can use a drip irrigation system or another system you prefer. The Siberian blueberry is more resistant than the classic one, and this is due to the fact that its roots reach a depth of up to 50 cm.
Professionals say that blueberries should not be cut in the first 8 years after planting, especially when it comes to Siberian blueberries.