Grow Berry Plants in Containers. Works great

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11 Responses to “Grow Berry Plants in Containers. Works great”

  1. WOOT! DOING IT :) 

  2. Great idea. I am going to try blackberries this year myself in containers.
    Thanks for sharing

  3. I wish that I had done that with my wife’s grape vine plants! Chuck

  4. unlearningmonocultur Reply June 8, 2014 at 6:18 pm

    Done Deal, Good Idea. I wasn’t sure if I could and I have a bunch of
    berries to plant this year. I was concerned about keep the soil acidic how
    most berries like it but you just solved that issue. Thanks

  5. Thanks for the info… great idea..

  6. The Productive Garden Reply June 8, 2014 at 7:12 pm

    Containers are a great idea for the cane berries like raspberries and black
    berries as it will stop them spreading everywhere. They are also great for
    blueberries because it will make it easier to maintain the acid soil that
    they like with out affecting other plants.

  7. Great Idea! Thank you for sharing!!!! I am going to try it!

  8. Charm City Balcony Garden Reply June 8, 2014 at 8:00 pm

    Do you plant more than one blueberry in that size container? I’m debating
    if I should try getting a blueberry plant.

  9. Scrimply Thrifty Reply June 8, 2014 at 8:13 pm

    I haven’t had any luck with berries yet. Is there a particular soil mix you
    use in the containers? I have a raised bed that I’d like to use, that
    currently is full of wild dewberry bushes (that only produce 4 or 5 berries
    a year) I’m thinking about pulling them out and trying something else. It
    isn’t in direct sunlight all day though, so maybe not the best for berries.
    Either way, what kind of soil (or soil mix) are you using?

  10. Gardening & More Reply June 8, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    compost and worm poop , my berry’s grow good in shade , i would start with
    one or two plants and see how they do , its better the year after planting

  11. Gardening & More Reply June 8, 2014 at 9:39 pm

    i have 4 in one , i will show later in a video this spring , or come over
    to facebook , i post pictures all the time