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How to grow blueberry plants in pots?

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Fill a pot, preferably of large size, with potting soil and peat moss in equal quantities. Remove the blueberry plant along with the soil from a temporary container, which you bought from a nursery. Place the plant in the large pot and add more of the mixture of potting soil and peat moss. Keep the container in a place where the plant can get 6 to 8 hours of sunlight and water it regularly.

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Lovely. I can grow and use it now.

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Thank you for the information.

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