you also need to watch the pH, blueberrys need a very acid soil.
yes if the pots are big enough and you take good care of them
Yes you have to take a dried blueberry and plant it, water it regularly, and then you can watch it grow!!
This is how I grow them I take a dried up blueberry and put it in the ground and water it and take care of it and then I watch it grow. Make sure it gets plenty of sun and water or it will go bye bye(It will die). P.s Candace wrote this answer
It depends on how you take care of your hair... If you do-take care of it should grow it take apparently 7 moth I would say..
it matters how well you take care of them. that said, if you take really good care of them, they could grow a foot!
it will grow
We grow apples, peaches, plums, oranges, grapefruit, pears, strawberries, blueberries, etc....(and you really need to take some grammar classes)
The oregano plant flowers are typically purple and white in color. The oregano plant needs special care for a person to grow and take care of. The oregano plant is purple and white.
depends how you care for it and which plant it is
You can take care of it everyday
Take care of the planet
A white bean can grow up to 15 feet it you take care of it
The Mayans took care of the sick by their medicine...for example with special plants.
Buy a GRAPE BUSH and take care of it and......stuff........???????????
yes they can but it depends on how much you take care of it
It depends on if he want it to grow back. But if he wants it to grow back he have to take care of it!!!
Probably a month or so depends on how you take care of it
plants grow because the sun and water are the part that makes photosynthesis go into action. but they cant grow untill YOU take care of them.
It takes as long as it takes to grow them, with the exception of blueberries which take five minutes to wilt.
depends on how well you take care of it. if it is well tended, it will grow to be very old.
You should take care of plants so that they grow and continue to live. If you do not water plants and give them sunlight they will die.
Growing blueberries is a great addition to any garden, and they can be fun to grow. Blueberfies are sweet, yet have a bit of tartness to them, which makes them perfect for pies, desserts, cakes and even just to have as a snack. Learning about blueberries is the first step to yielding a fabulous crop of them. Different Blueberries If this is your first time growing blueberries, you will want to pick a kind that is not hard to grow. Two types are known as Bluecrop and Bluejay. These blueberries are resistant to disease, grow well and will generally yield a large, healthy crop. Talk to your local gardening shop if you need first-hand experience. The Best Conditions When growing blueberries, you will want to have test kits for soil on hand. Blueberry plants like a certain soil, and you will want to make sure that you can give the plant what it needs to grow. Blueberries need acidic and well-drained soil in order to grow the best. Large amounts of organic matter will also help the berries grow strong. Go online or to any garden shop to look for test kits to test the soil that you will be planting the berries in. How to Plant If your ground is sandy, add organic material to within a depth of a foot. The hole itself should be roughly six inches deep. The compost, or even peat moss, will help your blueberries grow better and produce more. Once you have planted your berries, you will want to ensure their survival and strong growth. Fertilization is important in this instance, one that may be overlooked by many. However, blueberries can be sensitive to nitrogen, so be sure to not give them too much fertilizer. The first application should be done around eight weeks from the day the plants were planted in the ground. Remember, blueberries need full sun to grow their best. It generally take about two to five weeks for blueberries to ripen enough for picking. If they are too sour, let them ripen longer. Enjoy your fruit!
Although some sea urchins incubate their eggs in special pouches, they do not care for their offspring. It takes up to 5 years for baby sea urchins to grow big enough to retreat to the ocean floor.