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    Brazel Berries(TM) are a new collection of small fruits that have been developed to be simple to grow, beautiful, compact and delicious. The Brazel Berries collection includes Peach Sorbet (TM) blueberries, Raspberry Shortcake (TM) raspberries, and Jelly Bean (TM)  blueberries. Because of their ornamental beauty and compact size, these exciting new varieties can be grown easily in a patio container or in a landscape. And, they're also great for your health! Blueberries are a super fruit, they are loaded with antioxidants, vitamin C and K. Raspberries are low in calories and rich in dietary fiber and antioxidants.

     

    Peach Sorbet blueberries produce gorgeous foliage ranging from peachy pink to orange to emerald green and turns purple during the winter making it a true year-round beauty. But, the real treat is their peach-sweet blueberry taste. It's compact shape makes it perfect for containers. It reaches only 2 feet tall. Plant it by itself or in a mixed container garden. Plant in full to partial sun with acidic soil and good drainage. Fertilize in early spring with a fertilizer specific for acid loving plants. We recommend E.B. Stone Azalea, Camellia & Gardenia Food.

    Jelly Bean blueberries are super sweet like homemade blueberry jelly with beautiful foliage that transitions from greens to reds throughout the seasons. It produces a bountiful crop of berries mid-summer. Use Jelly Bean in containers or as a mini hedge. It grows only 1 - 2 feet tall with a mounding shape. Plant in full to partial sun and acidic soil with good drainage. Fertilize with E.B. Stone Azalea, Camellia & Gardenia Food.

    Raspberry Shortcake raspberries are compact and thorn-less and super sweet with a vanilla essence, producing fruit mid-summer. With this new raspberry you can now grow raspberries in smaller spaces like balconies and patios. Growing only 2 - 3 feet tall and wide, it won't need a trellis which makes it super easy. Plant in full sun with well-draining soil and water regularly. 

    Want more information on growing blueberries? Watch our video Planting and Taking Care of Blueberries.


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