Blueberry Plant
Blueberry Facts

Blueberries are one of the easiest fruit to prepare and serve. There’s no peeling, pitting, coring or cutting. Picking tips: Select plump, full blueberries with a light gray-blue color. A berry with any hint of red isn't fully ripened, and once picked, blueberries won't ripen any further. Since blueberries hang on the bushes in bunches a bit like grapes do, the easiest and fastest way to pick them is to hold your bucket under them in one hand and with your other hand, cup a ripe bunch and gently rub them with your fingers. The ripe berries will drop into your bucket, while the unripe ones will remain attached to the bush.

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Stella de Oro Daylily Facts

Characteristics of Stella de Oro Daylily: Stella de Oro daylily is valued as a compact plant and early bloomer, reaching a height of just 12" with a similar spread. It blooms from May-July. In fact, its ability to re-bloom over a long period, along with its adaptability to a wide range of planting zones and conditions, makes Stella de Oro daylily perhaps the most popular of the daylilies. The fragrant flowers are golden and trumpet-shaped. The foliage is also attractive, forming a dense clump that can function as a groundcover.