Ceresone - you mentioned your blueberries in another post and I wanted to ask you which ones are doing better - the ones in pots or the ones you planted in the ground? Did you pick smaller varieties to put in the pots?
I planted two in the ground several years ago and amended the soil a bunch but they didn't do well at all. I finally moved them to pots when they looked almost dead. Only one survived and looks pretty good now. I get a few blueberries every year and need to move it to a bigger pot. It didn't start looking healthy until I used pine needles as a mulch to make the soil more acidic. Nothing else I tried seemed to make a difference. Now that I think I've got the hang of it, I'd like to get another plant or two.
The one I have now is Sunshine Blue. The berries taste wonderful but only if I let them fully ripen on the shrub. I've never had to spray it so it's trouble free.