Blueberries as a hedge?
I was planning to enclose my potager with privet hedges because they are quick growing, don't mind drought too much, can be maintained at a specific size or shape etc. Then I went to do some deep research and found that they are extremely toxic to livestock. Well...with goats, cattle, donkeys, chickens etc. I had to throw out that idea immediately.
I read up on blueberries last night and they sound like they could be the answer for me. Not too tall, no stickers to deal with, EDIBLE fruit. I have never grown blueberries so I am wondering if any of you with experience could tell me how they would be as an enclosure? There are quite a few different types that could give some year round interest that a privet hedge could not so maybe this is one of those things that happen for a reason?