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Berry bushes are among the most preferred fruit-bearing plants to grow at home. But, growing them may take a bit more time than you had in mind when you thought about planting them!
This brings us to our question for the day, below!
Gardening question of the day: how long do berry bushes take to grow?
Berry bushes take at least 1 year to grow to maturity and produce crops (like Blackberry for example). But, the most common amount of time is 2 to 3 years before getting the first crop worth harvesting (from bushes such as the Blueberry, Boysenberry, and Cranberry). Further, some berry bushes, like Grape Vines or Gooseberry 2 to 4 years, or in the case of Kiwi Berry Vines 2 to 5 years.
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