We bought our house last spring, and I got a blue berry bush that was about 18" tall and planted it on a south/east corner of the house where it gets lots of sun. Lots. Our house is brand new so there's no tree's in the yard to offer any shade yet. Our soil is clay. Last year the bush didn't do a whole lot. It didn't grow much at all, but did flower and produced two blueberries. Towards the end of the year I learned that I needed to make the soil there more acidic, and with the advice of some people from a different gardening forum, I began watering it with a vinegar/water solution.
It looks like it's made it through the winter. There are little buds on it that are just about to open. But I know I didn't do anything right when I planted it last year.. What can I do to help it out this year? (short of digging it up and re-planting). Thanks!