Tag Archives: blueberries

Losing More Lawn

As a family we have decided we don’t like lawn grass, my husband is allergic to it, I hate weeding it, my son doesn’t play on it and nobody likes mowing it, except our awesome new neighbour she started mowing … Continue reading

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Dying Easter Eggs with Fruit and Vegetable Juice

I had never considered what was in food safe colourings until we found out a friend of ours is allergic to them, in particular the controversial insect based dyes that are, by the way, found in everything from convenience store … Continue reading

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A Sad Day in the Blueberry Patch

As I was walking through the blueberry patch this morning rubbing my hands together greedily, thinking of the bumper crop of blueberries I was raising , I noticed something horrifying, something has gone horribly wrong.Despite the abundance of flowers this … Continue reading

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My Food Garden Today-Spring Planting is Underway

My very bare garden waiting for everything to start growing My growing space is so bare! I have spent the last month cleaning up, turning under, reorganizing, reprioritizing, and trying to learn from last year’s mistakes. I have made a … Continue reading

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High Bush Blueberry Fall and Winter Colour

I already have 12 low bush “North Sky” blueberry plants but this year I also planted 3 high bush “Duke”s, The blueberries sort of fit into my edible hedge project, they are still really small about 18” tall but they … Continue reading

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Dwarf Blueberries

North Sky blueberries are a lovely little low growing shrub they produce small tasty sweet berries.  The foliage comes in light green tinged with red followed by tiny while flowers. Fall leaf colour is a spectacular fiery rage of yellows reds and oranges before they go … Continue reading

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