Where do you weigh in on the winter acceptance scale? Do you view this season as a restful gift for the gardener or do you see just drizzle and drab? Well, if you want to see today’s dazzle, then be part of a Monday giveaway. That is if you are interested in blueberries!
If you were paying attention to the January 13th post, http://blog.bilowzassociates.com/2012/01/more-dazzle-in-berry.html I mentioned a new line of berries coming down the pike called Brazelberries. Thanks to Fall Creek Farm & Nursery, 5 copies of ‘A Gardener’s Guide to Blueberries’, a compilation of “three decades of field-tested wisdom gleaned from the Brazelton family” were sent to me to give to you.
So if you need some dazzle to add to your winter day and could use some trusted tips on growing blueberries, here’s how to win one of the five copies. Become a fan on our Facebook page (if you aren’t already) and post if you are a blueberry fan and why. You also should note if you currently grow blueberries or plan to grow blueberries. I should also mention there are a few good recipes in this guide. And don’t let the size fool you. This booklet is small but has lots of dazzle in it. Don’t forget to send off-line firstname.lastname@example.org your mailing address to receive your free copy and become an expert on blueberries.
To see where you might weigh in on that winter acceptance scale, noodle this Irish proverb around your noggin this Monday morning. “What will come from the briar but the berry.” Another good thing about blueberries – no briars!
P.S. I will give one copy of the booklet to the first blog follower, too because I know there are those who refuse to do Facebook.
Blueberry images by Ann Bilowz
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