I’ve actually planted something. I dare not plant anything in the main garden yet as there are too many hob-nailed boots around. But there is a small patch of earth just outside the gate that seemed like a safe place to put some lovely, evergreen Blueberries.
Every single Blueberry I’ve grown in the past has been deciduous. The leaves turned a beautiful flame colour in the Autumn but then dropped and sprouted again in early Spring. This was lovely and no doubt I’ll plant more of this kind in the wider garden. If I can, I’ll always plant something edible rather than just decorative and evergreen Blueberries seemed the ideal plant to keep this spot interesting throughout the whole year.
This variety is called Sunshine Blue. It’s a mid-season variety with pink flowers and can grow to about four foot.
Every great thing starts small. Brava!
Exactly like Kirk says. Get some proper ones in there once the waffle stompers have retreated and enjoy one of Oregons finest crops!