Top Hat Dwarf Blueberry - Live Plant - Quart Pot

by Amazing Plants
Price: $19.99
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Features:
  • Recommended chill: 1,000 to 1,200 hours which will occur in zones 3 through 7. Deciduous.
  • ships in a quart pot -- we can not guarantee flowers at time of purchase -- may ship dormant when ordered from November thru April 
  • Foliage becomes bright red and orange before dropping in fall. Excellent for containers, creating a defined border or bonsai.

Product description

Top Hat Dwarf Blueberry Vaccinia x 'Top Hat'   This compact, cold hardy dwarf shrub provides a show of plentiful white flowers followed by delicious, pea-sized light blue fruit. Foliage becomes bright red and orange before dropping in fall. Excellent for containers, creating a defined border or bonsai. Recommended chill: 1,000 to 1,200 hours which will occur in zones 3 through 7. Deciduous.   Mature Height : 1-2 Feet Mature Width : 1-2 Feet Exposure : Full Sun Hardiness Zones : 3-7



Fruit Combo Pack Raspberry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Strawberry, Apple (Organic) 525+ Seeds 647923989472 Self Fertile + 5 Free Plant Marker - Stocking Stuffers

by Jays Seeds
List price: $12.00
Price: $8.83
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Features:
  • BloomStartToEnd Late Spring - Early Summer PlantHeight 4 ft - 5 ft Zone 4 - 9
  • Complete your entire garden with this combo pack! - 5 FREE PLANT MARKERS & over 525 Seeds
  • All Organic seeds! 125+ Rapsberry seeds, 125+ Strawberry Seeds, 125+ Blackberry Seeds

Product description

Package includes: 140+ Blueberry Seeds, 125+ Raspberry Seeds, 125+ Strawberry Seeds, 10+ Apple Seeds, 125+ Blackberry Seeds 5 FREE PLANT MARKERS. Each Package is labeled with the variety it includes and has planting instructions. Seeds need to be stratified. Place in Fridge for 30-60 days & sow after last frost. Packages are JaysSeeds seed packs (OrganicSeedsCheap). Packages are manufactured in Nampa, Idaho. If you are new to gardening, please feel free to message us and ask us for more detailed information/planting instructions for your items. We answer all messages within 24 hours. -Stratification time 30-60 days. -Germination after stratification once sowed: 20-45 days.

Lexington berry farmers enjoying fruits of their labor - Wicked Local

Tromping through the mud on a rainy March day, Lexington resident Ric Fulop described his and wife Jane Chen Fulop's efforts to revive some 1,200 blueberry bushes at the historic Oak Knoll Farm as a “labor of love.” It is also an excellent way to win favor with the neighbors, he added.

“We can make 10 metric tons of blueberries,” he said, looking out over his 6.7-acre organic blueberry farm, which grows more than 20 varieties of berries. “There’s absolutely no way we could eat 10 metric tons of blueberries, so we just open it up to the town.”

As Ric and Jane prepare to enter their fourth growing season since moving to Lexington in spring 2008, the couple says they are pleased to see their farm coming along so well. From mid-July to mid-August, they offer pick-your-own blueberries as well as raspberries and blackberries. Ric said he is hoping to add an apple orchard in the back of the farm, where one once existed in the 1800s.

 

Rejuvenation 

When they first purchased the property at 38 Adams St., the couple was expecting a baby and hoping to move out of their home in downtown Boston. They were immediately attracted to the contemporary Bauhaus-influenced house situated on a large lot next to the Chiesa Farm conservation area .

Rows of blueberry bushes on the property were planted more than 50 years ago. The former owners, the Redicks, had a bustling business in the 1960s and ‘70s, at one point supplying Wilson Farm with all its berries, Ric said. He noted the Redicks began raising goats on the property and eventually moved to Vermont to establish the largest goat dairy farm in Vermont. Their goat milk can be found at Trader Joe's and Whole Foods under the brand Oak Knoll Dairy .

By 2008, the once fruitful farmland had become overgrown with invasive trees and weeds from years of neglect. But the Fulops were determined to get the farm up and running again.

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    Anika Whitmore, left, and Muller Mirville, both interns at The Food Project, prune a blueberry bush after receiving instructions during a workshop at Oak Knoll Farm in Lexington. By Samantha Allen/saallen@wickedlocal.com Tromping through the mud on a
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    “When someone would have an azalea,” says Crosby, “we’d plant a blueberry.” Kevin Clyde Yates designs and installs edible gardens for Athens residents with his company, Hungry Gnome Gardenscapes. “We try to blur the line,” he says.
  2. Conservation District receives annual tree sale details
    Hallman said the sale stock, which includes bare root seedlings, fruit tree packages and blueberry bushes, has been expanded this year to include small fruit bushes such as grapes, currants, elderberries, blackberries and raspberries. “We’ve had a lot ...
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