This weekend was the Hardy Society's Garden Festival up at the Expo Center. There weren't any huge displays at the show - it was mostly venders from the area. Below is three plants that I bought:
From left to right: lemon verbena, columbine, and jersey blueberry. I was talking a vender who was selling blueberry plants and she said that it is best to have more than one plant so the two can cross-pollinate and thus produce more berries. I planted my new blueberry plant next to the jubilee one that I found. The jubilee is a shorter plant and the jersey is going to be about six to seven feet tall so I hope that they will work well together.
I planted the lemon verbena with my other herbs on the western side of my plot. I purchased the columbine because it reminded me of Colorado (the columbine is the state flower and it's pretty much all over the state) and I planted it next to last year's herb garden.