How To Grow Dewberries

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There are many different fruits and berries that just grow in the wild. We often go foraging for these in the woods during the warmer plants. If you are unlucky not to have any growing in your area, you are left with no option but to grow your own. Why not start with learning how to grow dewberries, huh?

At first glance, dewberries (Rubus Section Flagellares) look just like blackberries or even raspberries. The major difference though lies in how they grow as they tend to grow in a bush closer to the ground. I understand that their name originates from their ability to soak up the dew. Just like other berries, you can enjoy them fresh or in pies,mixed fruit salads, fruit cobblers and even jams. The leaves can also be used to make tea.

How To Grow Dewberries
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

The plant itself can be invasive, so try locate its own area with well draining soil that gets partial shade to full sun. Your planting hole must be deep enough to allow the root ball to fit into it. If you are going to plant more than one plant, try to plant each one at least 4 feet apart.

Always keep well watered at all times. Applying mulch, will help you conserve water and increase the time in between watering. Since you are growing it in your garden, some sort of trellis is recommended to try tame the plant. The berries will be ready for harvesting in spring i.e. late April to May.

You can get more information on the Plant Instructions blog, here…

How To Grow Dewberries

You can watch the video below on picking dewberries…

You can watch the video below on dewberries forage & transplant to garden …

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