[nafex] Re: northsky/northblue-blueberries

Christopher Mauchline mauch1 at aol.com
Mon Nov 19 10:12:48 EST 2001


Del,
    I had these where I previously lived.  These plants are much too 
small (and I wouldn't think they'd already have dead wood).  One of 
the "North" series you list grows to about 12-18" tall (here in zone 
6) and the other to 18-24" (I honestly can't remember which was the 
taller of the two), and I'd say about at least a foot in diameter.  
When you say they are "3" year old plants is that you've had them, 
plus the year or two they were at the nursery?  Then they definitely 
are not happy.

Chris Mauchline
SE PA, zone 6 

--- In nafex at y..., "del stubbs" <pinewoodel at h...> wrote:
> Does anyone have either of these? It might help me compare.
> Thanks to Ginda's comment about examining buds...altogether on six 
3 year 
> old plants I found about a dozen of what looked like fruit buds. 
Most plants 
> showed 1/2 dead wood, 3 plants were only 6" diameter and 4" to 5" 
tall. 
> Thanks! Del, in N. Minnesota where we just got a half hour hole in 
the 
> clouds for the Leonids, some show!
> 
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