We have a nice crop on the blueberries this year, especially on the ‘Jubilee.’ And they have excellent flavor!
The blueberries are all growing in large pots outside LF HQ (perfect for snacking during the workday!). The pots allow for controlling the pH through the potting medium in a way that would be almost impossible in our neutral-to-alkaline soil.
Just behind the blueberries are the blooms of one of my favorite perennials, the canary Island sage (Salvia canariensis). Not only does this little-known sage have great blooms, but it also has furry white stalks, making it perfect for any petting garden!
Farther in the distance, looking off to the east, is the LF avocado grove.
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