An edible plant that provides multiple seasons of interest. They have bright red stems during the winter months, fabulous white bell flowers in the summer, extra tasty fruit in the summer and jaw dropping fall color. What more could a gardener want? Typically grow to 6’x6’ at maturity but dwarf varieties are now available.
We recommend planting your blueberries with Black Forest Compost and G&B Rhododendron & Azalea Fertilizer.Care
If you think tomatoes are easy to grow, you should try growing blueberries. In my opinion blueberries may be the easiest edibles to grow in the Pacific Northwest. Not only do they take acidic soils, which are naturally in your garden, blueberries are a plant that just keeps on giving.Read More
Looking for more inspiration? Check out how we used Blueberry Vaccinium in this project.Read More
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