A Gardener’s Guide to Blueberries is based on three decades of field-tested wisdom gleaned from the Brazelton family and their team of experts. Their Fall Creek Farm & Nursery in Oregon’s fertile Willamette Valley is the world’s leading wholesale producer of blueberry stock, with presence in the blueberry industries across North and South America, Europe, and Africa. In this 40-page, full-color guide, the Brazeltons share their insight and enthusiasm for what they consider the perfect plant. Their guide even offers two treasured Brazelton family recipes: Overnight Mini Blueberry Sweet Rolls and Aunt Bev’s Blueberry Muffins.
Written by the world’s leading blueberry experts at Fall Creek Nursery, the compact but comprehensive guide outlines steps to success with blueberries, from planting to plucking and everything in between. Topics include blueberry varieties, site selection, soil preparation, planting, pollination, mulching, fertilizing, watering, pruning, pests, cold protection, container plantings, troubleshooting, online resources and the health benefits of eating your blueberry bounty.
|Fall Creek's Amelie Aust|
Aust notes that while blueberries have won a very special place in the hearts of berry-lovers around the world, they’re much more than a shrub bearing summer fruit. “They’re perfect for every season and every garden. They offer beautiful bell-shaped flowers in spring, an abundance of luscious berries in summer, brilliant foliage in fall and vibrant cane color in winter,” she says. “Blueberries come in all shapes and sizes, from dwarf varieties suitable for patio pots to tall varieties that are great for hedges.”
Fall Creek’s A Gardener’s Guide to Blueberries is available to the public at the retail price of $4.99 through select garden centers, nurseries and retail stores. It is also available through Amazon. In addition, a digital e-book version of the guide is available online now through Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Sony Reader Store and iTunes.