Blueberries o.k. near cedar trees?
I've tried to search on this but didn't find anything. I have lots of cedars on my property, and found out the hard way that serviceberry trees don't do well near a cedar. Today I moved the serviceberry further from the cedar in hopes that it will not get rust. Now I have a very nice, sunny planting spot about 20' from a large cedar. I say this is a nice planting spot because the soil has had the advantage of mulch breaking down over a few years that seems to have improved it greatly. I'd like to put a blueberry in this spot, but am wondering if they are susceptible to cedar rust. If so, can you recommend a fruiting tree or shrub that would not be bothered by the cedar tree? Thanks in advance.