BENEFITS & USES OF BLUEBERRY JELLY BEAN
- It is used for cooking and baking. Many recepies are made by it as a main ingredient or as a core ingredients. It is usually in sweet taste so many deserts are Mady by it.
- Pan cakes blueberry bean cookies, frozen blueberry yogurt, mojito, crumb muffins etc. Different verities of Jams are made which we eat for whole year. It’s fresh eating.
- We can use it as a show plant and it’s a low maintenance plant. It height is about 24inches with a spread of 24 inches. It can be grow in outdoor containers and baskets, they may require more frequent waterings. Puring is an important part of proper edible palnt care. It’s a long life plant of approximately 30 years.
- It is dainty clusters of white bell shaped flowers with shell pink overtones hanging below the branches in mid spring. It has red variegated green foliage throughout the season.
- The glossy oval leaves turn an outstanding red in the fall. It features an abundance of magnificent blue berries in mid summer.
- This shueb is typically grown in a designated area of the yard because of its mature size and spread. It does best in full sun to partial shade. It does best in average to evenly moist conditions, but will not tolerate standing water.
- It is very fussy about its soil conditions and must have sandy acidic soils to ensure success and is subject to chlorosis of the leaves in alkaline soils. It is quite intolerant of urban streetwise plantings are best avoided, and will benefits from being planted in a relatively sheltered location.
Things you should know before planting Blueberry Jelly
- People think it’s a overwhelming task but it doesn’t have to be if you knew few things. Pruning is an important part of proper edible plant care. Not every one done it in same way you have to be confident that your process of doing is right. It’s upto on the plant to do some pruning versus no pruning.
- Always maintain the size and shape of the plant , stimulate for strong growth and overall fruit quality. You have to trained your plant 1 to 3 years of age. If vigorous, well-rooted two year old plants are set, thay do not need cutting back the first year except to remove fruit bud shortly after planting. Also pruning should be moderately heavy in the second year to stimulate strong growth.
- Do not permit plants younger than a cluster or two of furits, or the onset of commercially productive period will be delayed. A large number of bearing area should be established in the shortest possible time. When plants are 3-4 years of age make large shaping cuts remove all low spreading branches and the oldest canes if they are weak, particularly if the centre of the plant. Head back the upringht bull shoots to the desired height to keep the bush from growing too tall.
- Essentially you have then automatically selected the remaining more upright canes to bear your crop next season and the following season. On the remaining canes, systematically thin out the shorter thinner shoots, leaving enough of the thick shoots to bea the crop and make new growth.
- When blueberries are about 8 to 10 years old, they are at their productive peak but renewal growth has reached a minimum and production will begin to decline from year to year. To prolong is needed. Sone provision must be made to revitalize the plant to prolong it’s productive peroid.
- That’s are weak and badly diseased canes should be removed entirely. These canes can be identified by generally poor vigor and low frits bud production.