Brazel Berries®

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BrazelBerries®, an innovative new collection of berry plants with distinctive ornamental qualities, will initially be sold exclusively through Independent Garden Centers in No. 1 gallon and larger finished sizes with branded pots and tags.

There will be limited availability in 2013, the market launch year, with increased availability in 2014 and beyond. We will continue to add new varieties to the collection in coming years. BrazelBerries® retailers will have access to marketing support materials

For more information on these plants, for availability or to order, please contact one of our BrazelBerries® Network Growers:

United States 

Fisher Farms
1.503.985.7561
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Flowerwood Nursery, Inc.
1.800.862.4597
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McCorkle Nurseries
1.800.572.2874
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Midwest Groundcovers
847.742.1790
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Monrovia
1.800.999.1101
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Overdevest Nursery
1.888.842.6567
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Prides Corner Nursery
1.800.437.5168
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Transplant Nursery 
706.356.8947
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Willoway Nurseries
1.866.934.4435
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Canada

Abbotsford Nursery
450.379.5777
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Bylands Nurseries 
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Sheridan Nurseries
416.798.7970

Wholesale  Growers

We currently have an initial network of nursery growers that will be growing and distributing BrazelBerries™ plants to U.S. and Canadian independent garden centers. We may add to this network as demand requires.  If you are a wholesale grower currently serving the independent garden center segment and you have an interest in adding BrazelBerries™ to your mix of branded growing programs, send us an email.

We would also welcome the opportunity to talk to you about our blueberry and cane berry programs through Fall Creek Farm & Nursery, Inc. Learn more about our company, our extensive variety offerings and our products by visiting the Fall Creek website or by calling 1-800-538-3001.

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