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Do Junipers Acidify the Soil?

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I wonder if juniper trees provide acid to the soil underneath them. I want to plant 2 blueberry bushes and have no pines in my garden. The junipers are about 25 feet tall and there is scattered sunlight under them. I understand blueberries need sun, but it can be quite hot here all summer.


Hardiness Zone: 9b

By Donni from El Sobrante, CA

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October 31, 20090 found this helpful

Blue berries need to be in sun. I suggest not to plant them under the trees, good luck.

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