Bog blueberries in the Garden

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Transplanted bog blueberries, Vaccinium uliginosum,  from the wild can be planted in a garden with soils amended with peat moss. Productivity can be incredible once the plants become established. They also root from buried stems, and these can be cut from the mother plant and transplanted into a garden. Stem cuttings and seeds also work.

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