Our blueberries are Highbush blueberries
grown on two peat bogs, their natural habitat: the soil is moist and acidic.
John Close planted the blueberries sometime in the 1940s, after he cleared the
land. Almost 70 years old, these plants still produce berries full of favor and
rich with vitamins and antioxidants.
We currently have 11 varieties of blueberries. Missing from the table below is the Roncocoas, which is in the front field.
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Once at the farm you'll be provided with a picking bucket and guided to a great spot to pick blueberries. When you are done, please walk back to the office in front where your berries will be weighed and placed in boxes to take home.
We grow a variety of sunflowers, and around the beginning of August they are available for you to pick. The giant sunflowers cost $2 a stem and all others cost $.50 per flower.
Dogs are allowed at the farm, but they MUST be on a leash. You also will need to clean up after them.