I’ve got a little experiment going on right now. The Duke blueberry bush that produced throughout the summer is now inside. Because it is loaded with new buds. Now, it’s -13˚C right now and snowing and it’s supposed to drop to -22˚C tonight, so I can only think its happy to be on the right side of the patio windows.
I’ve also noticed that a few little bug buddies travelled in on the bush, so I’m on alert to try to keep them at bay. I admit I’m a little surprised to see the flower. But generally I’ve been surprised by this plant since I hauled it home, because it was planted in almost solid clay. So we’ll see how it goes. A flower today – maybe a fresh, tender leaf by the weekend.