i think this will be our biggest blueberry picking season yet!
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Little antioxidant pearls, thats all I need to decorate my breakfast:):):)
I love them, its our best year yet. We just have to make sure to keep the birds from eating them all. We bought a net & when they begin to turn, we will cover them, so that we can put them on our cereal! ~amy
I love blue berries
I love blueberries too! I’m so excited to watch them turn blue. I’m sure you’ll be sick of seeing me post pictures of them! ~amy
I doubt that!
Ohh, I wish we could grow blueberries…
This is going to be our best year yet! I hope so anyway. The plants are seven years old now, we’ve had to wait FOREVER to get as many as this. I wish you could grow blueberries too. ~amy
I should really check our local nurseries… I’ve tried growing strawberries (limited success), raspberries (died), Cape gooseberries (rampant)… but I haven’t found any blueberry plants yet.
I wish you luck in finding blueberries that will tolerate your outside. I just bought a red raspberry bush…no thorns & compact growth. I was so happy to find such a treasure. I always think of raspberries as thorny, leggy things found in the woods. Are Cape gooseberries good? If they are rampant, then maybe they taste good? Gosh, i hope so. ~amy
Cape Gooseberries are indeed rampant – I think the birds may have ‘imported’ them into our garden. 😉 To be honest, they’re not my favourite taste; when you do find some that the birds have overlooked, they tend to be either a bit sour or bitter. (Hm… that’s probably why the birds have given them a miss… Hm… clever birds….). Our raspberry plant died during an excessively hot spell, a mere couple of weeks after we planted it.