This non-technical, straightforward guide will help ensure your success with blueberries, from planting to plucking and everything in between. Blueberries are famously unfussy, and with just a few simple tasks each year, you'll be enjoying the abundant fruits of your very minimal labor. The Brazelton family has been growing blueberries for three decades in Oregon's fertile Willamette Valley. Today, their Fall Creek Farm & Nursery is the world's leading producer of blueberry nursery stock. In this handy little primer, they share their insight and enthusiasm for what they consider to the the perfect plant. Whether you're seeking tasty, sun-warmed berries for your country garden in the Northwest, or a stunning container plant for your condo deck in the Southeast, "A Gardener's Guide to Blueberries" will surely make you a true blue fan of this most versatile plant.
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