BrazelBerries is a brand name of some varieties of berry.
They are dwarf varieties, perfect for containers, of blueberries, raspberries and blackberries. Mine is called "Jelly Bean." The snow and cold weather killed the French lavender that was growing in a ceramic pot on my deck, so I was looking for a replacement plant. Jelly Bean seemed like the perfect thing! I had some leftover acid lovers soil, which blueberries need.
|"Jelly Bean" blueberry|
Last year's dormant perennials are on sale, and I was able to limit myself to only two. One is a healing herb, Feverfew.
The other is Tickseed, or Coreopsis. This variety has more lacy leaves than some. Butterflies love Tickseed, so this is for the yet-to-be-built Butterfly Garden.
I got another Tickseed too, with different leaves.
"Cruzin' Main St." and "Up Tick" are such silly names for plant varieties!
Since this year's plans include extending the front yard rock garden, I got a pretty pink Armeria, or Sea Thrift. The color is a deep pink called "Morning Star."