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  • Writer's pictureArden Nolan-Meharg

Blackberry watering

We had a quick pitstop at the park before heading to the blackberry bushes for watering. We decided to water the blackberries as it hasn't rained in about 2 weeks. We saw some busy bee's pollinating the flowers and were careful not to splash then with water. We finished the afternoon with a well deserved ice lolly.


Blackberry bushes will begin producing berries after their flowers bloom in the summer. Blackberries typically start to appear and mature 60 – 70 days later. Blackberries are ready for harvest when they turn deep red or purple.



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