Harvest may last from late July or mid-August until frost.
white in color and flower in late spring to early summer. Deep blue berries in the fall. Grows best in full to partial shade with rich moist soil. Zone Native. Sweet White Violet (Viola blanda) - Grows to a height of 3 to 5 inches with a spread of up to 1 foot. Good ground cover as it File Size: KB. by edible dark blue berries. Leaves turn red in the fall. Berries are attractive to birds and other wildlife.
Zones File Size: KB. Highbush blueberry. Vaccinium corymbosum. F. M. 8' Good for edible or wildlife landscapes; best in very acid soil. Mapleleaf viburnum. Viburnum acerifolium. P,S. M,S. 6' Suckering; good for mass plantings in shady sites.
Hobblebush. Viburnum lantanoides (V. alnifolium) P,S. M. 8' Open shrub; good for naturalized landscape. Arrowwood viburnum. Viburnum dentatum var. lucidum. F,P. M. 15'. To grow highbush blueberries organically, preplant weed control with cover crops or fallowing is critical. Within rows, 6 to 8 inches of wood chip or bark mulch work, but don’t use woven ground cloth: Blueberry roots don’t grow well under it. Sawdust alone will crust, and water will run off it and onto grass.
Fall foliage color is in full swing in western and central Maine: Visit Grafton Notch State Park, Route 17 near Richardson Lake, Bigelow Preserve, Route 27/16 in Carrabassett Valley, Cathedral Pines Rest Area in Eustis, Rangeley, the lookout from Eustis Ridge, Mt.
Blue State Park in Weld, Tumbledown Mountain Range, Greenville, Moosehead, Jackman, Lily Bay State Park, Rockwood, Sebec Lake and Dover.