Yesterday the blueberries came in and I was able to place the order for all of the fruit trees except the jujubes, they were sold out completely so we settled for the five trees; I think Tim is going to give us a jujube tree he is working on. I must say that I was overjoyed by the thought of finally being able to plant blueberries and get everything ready for them. Corey had bought the peat moss the blueberries, they need the soil to acidic, and peat moss lowers the pH of the soil. The blueberries came in one gallon containers and the containers that we are using for the transplant and final potting of the blueberries are about 20-25 gallons a piece. We mixed the peat moss in a wheel barrel with water to make the soil moist for the blueberries. We had to do this five times for each plant, the bag of peat moss was 85 liters and it was a very windy day today! Needless to say I was covered in soil by the end of it. I had help from volunteers today and Kimberly, without them it would have taken me at least two days or a longer time than today to finish all of it. We put the blueberries near the tool shed because there they will receive full sunlight. Now I just wait for the trees to come in and for time to take its course.