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Savannah Mason

Savannah Mason lives on a farm in the Midwest surrounded by fields, gardens, and—her personal favorite—pumpkin patches.

With her degree in veterinary technology, the neighboring goats, pigs, chickens, and miniature horse are her favorite part of living on a farm.

When she's not writing about the great outdoors online, she fills her fantasy novels with trees, wild creatures, and a little bit of magic.

The Sharpblue Blueberry

Blueberry season is a favorite time of year for many. But the time between now and then can seem to drag on forever while you wait for your precious blueberries to ripen. If you want to get your hands on fresh, delightful, scrumptious blueberries before the usual blueberry season, the early-ripening Sharpblue Blueberry may be the one for you.

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The Northcountry Blueberry

If you’d like to experience picking your own berries, but don’t live near the woods or have enough room for your own bushes, the Northcountry Blueberry may be just what you’re looking for. Smaller and more compact than other types of blueberries, it produces nearly as much as a significantly bigger plant.

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The Hardyblue Blueberry

Hardyblues also live up to their name as they flourish in cooler parts of the US than some other berry bushes can handle. If you thought blueberries weren’t an option because you live in one of the colder parts of the country, the Hardyblue Blueberry may be the solution.

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