How Many Blueberry Plants Are Needed for Self Polination?
Self-pollinating blueberries are capable of polinating themselves and produce fruit with only one plant. Fruiting is better when all flowers are pollinated. Planting two or more bushes of the same variety will help draw bees and increase the chances of pollination.
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