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Gallery
January - March
Blueberry bushes  are dormant in winter. Dormancy helps bushes survive winter cold.
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Late February - April
Pruning season. Each bush is trimmed to promote fruit yield and easy picking.  Clippings are collected and burned.
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May
Bushes leaf out and flower. Honey and wild bumble bees pollinate flowers. Drip lines for irrigation are activated.
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June
Start of growing season. First berries ready in about a month. Netting is rolled out to protect berries from birds.
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July-August
Pick-your-own season. Specific start /end dates depend on weather. Berries range in color from medium to dark blue.
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September
PYO season ends. Time to roll up the netting and tie it down for winter.
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October-November
Bushes show off their fiery fall foliage and when leaves drop, their bright crimson stalks. Time to mulch the bushes to protect roots from winter cold.
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December
Dormant time again. Start of another yearly cycle.
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