Blueberry Blossoms

9701 15th Ave NW
Seattle WA 98117
(206) 782-2543

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Open 9am - 6pm Daily


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Treat yourself and your loved ones to a beautiful, delicious and healthy life with blueberries.

Blueberries in fall colorBEAUTIFUL – Blueberries are lovely and easy to grow shrubs. They bloom profusely in the spring with pendulous white bells from pink buds. In the summer, the leaves are a fresh green, and when the weather starts to get cooler, the leaves change into colors of yellows, oranges, and reds. Even the bare stems in the winter are a treat! They turn bright red-orange.

DELICIOUS – A summer day is not complete until you have picked a bowl full of your own big, sweet and juicy berries. By growing your own berries, you can be assured that they are not laden with pesticides, fertilizer, and dust residues. You also save money and don’t contribute to pollution from shipping.

Fresh ripe blueberries

 

HEALTHY ­- Blueberries are now being called a super-food because of their extraordinary content of antioxidants, phytochemical compounds, fibre and vitamins. So, not only are they delicious, but they also; aid the brain in improving memory, inhibit cancers, promote urinary tract health, and lessen (possibly even improve) the affects of aging.

Links:
http://www.oregonblueberry.com/health.html

( Blueberries are Seasonal )

 

The Maritime Northwest Planting Guide

The Maritime Northwest Garden Guide is available at Swansons!

If you are new to growing plants from seed or starts in Seattle, consider picking up a copy of The Maritime Northwest Garden Guide by local garden guru Carl Elliott, now in its third edition. It features month-by-month planting calendar for year round gardening.

Additionally, in an effort to be good community stewards, Swanson’s Nursery donates any end-of-season unsold seed to various non-profits around the Puget Sound area. In past years, hundreds of packets of seeds have been donated to the King County P-Patch program, Seattle Tilth, Lettuce Link (who grow produce for the homeless), and the Seattle Arboretum Foundation.

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