Nov 25, Remove any diseased or broken wood, plus crossing branches. You want the bush to have a narrow base and a wide, open top that allows sunlight and air in. The best time to prune blueberry bushes is late winter while they're still dorant.
Jul 26, The best time to prune blueberries is in late winter to early spring (January to early March) after all chance of severe weather has passed.
Young bushes generally do not require as much pruning, however, trimming blueberry bushes throughout the growing season may be necessary to maintain overall health and stumpgrind.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins.
Pruning should be done in late winter or early spring before new growth begins. Any pruning is better than no pruning; any cut is a good cut. It is impossible to harm a bush by pruning. In fact, a bush can be cut to the ground and a new bush will arise from the crown. Feb 03,"Hi, Ann The best time to transplant bushes is while they're dormant, so now should still be OK. Don't move them if the ground is frozen.
Dig a nice big hole, dig in some compost to the soil, dig up the blueberry, keeping the root ball together as much as possible and plant in the hole, ensuring that it's planted at the same soil level as before, and water it in well. Oct 29, 1. The recommended time to prune your blueberry bushes is during their dormant period in late winter. That would be January through March depending on where you live.
The main reason late winter pruning is recommended is to avoid making the bush susceptible to injury that might be sustained in severe winter weather.