The Next Big Garden Trend from Bushel and Berry
Dwarf Fruit and Vegetables You Can Grow Anywhere!
Not everyone has a big backyard. Millions of Americans have small gardens and some only have a balcony. Thanks to new plant breeding, there is a plethora of dwarf fruits and vegetables designed for small space gardening. Now everyone can grow delicious, nutritious food wherever they call home.
Homegrown Berries are Berry Good for You
Fresh berries have never been easier to grow. With the Bushel and Berry® homegrown berry collection, all you need is a sunny spot big enough for a container. Patios, decks, front steps, and urban balconies are perfect choices. “They’ve been selected to be simple to grow, beautiful in landscapes, and delicious to eat,” says Layci Gragnani, program manager for the brand collection.
Some favorites are:
Raspberry Shortcake®, a thornless, dwarf raspberry that grows to be 2-3 feet tall and produces sweet mid-summer fruit. Raspberries are low in fat and high in fiber. One serving provides 25% of your daily dose of vitamin C.
Peach Sorbet® blueberry is a four-season showstopper that grows 1½ - 2 feet tall. Spring foliage is peachy pink. In cool climates, the fall color is a rich burgundy. White flowers produce tasty berries that are rich in antioxidants and vitamins.
Baby Cakes®, is an easy-to-grow, thornless, dwarf, blackberry bush. It grows to be about 3-4 feet tall. Blackberries contain more vitamin E than any other fruit. They are also rich in antioxidants, iron, and vitamins C and A, and fiber.
Tiny Veggies Offer Big Flavors
There is no shortage of dwarf vegetable varieties. Whether you plan to sow the seeds or buy young plants at your local garden center, there will be plenty to choose from.
Cherry tomatoes are fast-growing and produce a steady amount of fruit all season. You can grow them in pots or even hanging baskets. They are a major source of the antioxidant lycopene.
Baby artichokes are adorable and can be eaten whole, they don’t have a choke inside. They are high in fiber and loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Baby carrots are round, super sweet and easy to grow. Carrots are a great source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants.
All kinds of greens like, spinach, lettuce, kale and chard, are easy to grow in containers. They are full of vitamins and minerals.
And That’s Not All!
Green beans, beets, chili peppers, sweet peppers, onions, radish, patty-pan squash, eggplants and so many more are all good choices for containers.
Fresh is Best
Homegrown food tastes better and is better for you. Container gardening is a healthy, rewarding hobby. Turn your small space into a superfood sanctuary today.
About Bushel and Berry
Bushel and Berry® is a collection of easy to grow, exceptionally beautiful and delicious berry plants for the home garden. With many stunning and easy-to-care-for varieties to choose from, Bushel and Berry® is revolutionizing the way we bring food to the table. Learn more by visiting www.BushelAndBerry.com.