Plant an Edible Hedge of Blueberries
This winter I ripped out a hedge of privet and replaced it with blueberries. Not only do they produce delicious fruits in summer, in autumn the leaves turn shades of orange, red and yellow.
Published April 23rd, 2014 8:34 AM
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Theresa Shaut on Apr 27, 2014Good for you, I always wished companies with large windows and lots of sun would grow veggies or herbs.
Kim Smith on Jun 11, 2014A hedge of blueberries would be my husband's dream. He could eat them all day and all night. I have tried to grow them, but without much luck. They seem to last a year or two and then die off.