Updated July 7, 2022

Two days left in our season. Still some Collins, Darrow, and Bluejay, but total lack of rain and high temperatures have cut the season short.
Friday July 8 – 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m
Saturday July 9 – 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Thank you to all who have come out!

Note we do not grow/sell strawberries. Just blueberries! Google search is incorrect.

Early arrival = much cooler temperatures, first shot at ripe berries, quiet, birds singing, and strongly recommended.

We sometimes have Bee Berry honey for sale as well!

No pesticides, fungicides, anything-cides on our plants or berries. That’s why local berries are awesome.

Blueberries for 2022 are $3.00/pound.   A pint of blueberries is about three-quarters (3/4ths) of a pound.
Cash, check, or tap/swipe card reader (please observe our $15 minimum for cards).

  • Bring a cooler if you’re going to be doing anything other than heading home. We want your blueberries to have the longest possible shelf-life.
  • Blueberries are simple to freeze – just be sure they are dry, and plop them into a freezer baggie or container. That’s it. Since we don’t use any pesticides, there’s really no need to wash them. But if you do, be sure to let them dry. Damp berries spoil much faster than dry ones.
  • No dogs on our property please.  We’ve already got some :).
blueberry jam