Zach Muller wrote:First things first.
Welcome to the forum!
Where are you? ( if you include your area in your signature everyone will know where your coming from)
More details in general would be nice, including pics.
Could it be a lack of water?
Matt Dunn wrote:Yes we had a late winter this year so I was waiting on it to stop snowing/raining and for the ground to dry out a little but we went to a local nursery and bought 2 different varieties of blueberries. How would I know if they are in shock or if they are dying? And if they are in shock do they just lose leaves/bloom for the rest of spring/summer or what should I be looking for?
Bryant RedHawk wrote:I used to live in Sacramento, CA, we were 400 feet from the American River, our top soil was 100 feet Deep and I could grow anything there. The conifers in your area pine tree wise are; Lodge pole pine, ponderosa pine, western red wood, long leaf pine, well those are the main ones and they all have very tasty pine nuts!
I am very happy for you, you do have great soil in that part of the world.