Thread: Lingonberries
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Old 11-06-2016, 01:33 AM
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Since I started this thread more than four years ago, my lingonberry patch has been extended most of the way along the length of my driveway, along the fence. Most of this has occurred from spreading of my original plants. In order to ensure the variety that I want, I did buy four new plants this spring, adding them to a new section of the garden contiguous with the other plants so, as they propagate, they will fill in the gaps. Lingonberries are perfect for the northern climates, and I'll be adding some to some land that I have a camp on up north this spring, where they can expand wherever they want to. There, I expect the wildlife may eat some of them, but that's fine. The critters have to eat too and if I really get hungry, I can always eat the critters.
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