A rare species that originates from South America, it is a real rarity in the whole world, although it is easy to store – like tomatoes. The plant itself grows up to 80 cm, and produces in abundance. This is the only type of so-called garden blueberry that can be consumed fresh and unripe. Used fresh or processed, the sample grows about 1-1.5cm in diameter. Deep black and shiny.
Propagation: By seed
Sowing: From spring, from February to the end of April. If it is grown in a greenhouse throughout the year (if it is grown in a greenhouse, artificial pollination is necessary). The seeds are sown in warm beds or in containers in compost. Compost for sowing is a mixture of a substrate of peat, sand, and burnt manure. The seeds are covered with 1.5-2 cm. compost. Warm beds or containers are covered with foil until the seeds start to sprout and then removed. It is picked after 20 days from germination.
Germination: Temperature above 15 C, depending on the species, germinates in 4-20 days
Location: Requires light and moderate humidity.
Care: If the seedling lies down, it is necessary to water it with Previkur or Zineb.
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