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Photo by Michael Kevin Daly / Fall Creek Farm & Nursery; written by Johanna Silver

Savor special berries

Landscape-worthy blueberry 

Whether planted in a container or as a low hedge, new ‘Peach Sorbet’ blueberry adds drama to your garden. It grows to just 2 feet tall, but its summer berry crop is abundant. brazelberries.com

Grow it: Plant in full sun; give it moderate water. Fertilize in early spring with a granular or liquid acid fertilizer. Prune to shape in winter.

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