Blueberries

We are a U-pick blueberry farm so bring the whole family and stock up for the winter!

We estimate our blueberry season this year to start June 10th, 2019. Please call (502)889-7018 to ensure the optimal time to visit and that we’ll be there.

Our blueberries are great eaten fresh or frozen for use later in jams, desserts and smoothies!

Our Blueberry Varieties

 Bluecrop

A great blueberry plant for colder climates. Produces big clusters of large, all-purpose berries — perfect in salads or pies, or served with cream. Developed in 1934, introduced in 1941. Cold-hardy. Ripens in July. Self-pollinating, but will yield larger crops if pollinated with Jersey or Earliblue.

 Blueray

Extra-large berries with extra-sweet taste! This abundant, mid-season producer will give you buckets of delicious, aromatic, light-blue berries that won’t crack. Pink blooms in spring. Scarlet foliage in fall. Also an ideal pollinator for most other varieties. Introduced in 1941. Cold-hardy. Ripens in July. Self-pollinating.

Chandler

The biggest blueberry you’ve ever seen! This attractive plant produces large, sweet and juicy berries that are delicious fresh — a perfect complement to your breakfast. Also suitable for baking. Plant tolerates temperatures as low as –15ºF. Mid- to late-season. Introduced in 1995. Cold-hardy. Ripens in July. Self-pollinating.

Patriot

Quarter-size berries! This variety is big and bountiful — the largest early-season blueberry. The fruit has an outstanding flavor fresh, baked, and in preserves. Freezes well too! Tolerates moisture, including clay type soils. As a landscape bonus, the plant features snowy blossoms in early summer and stunning orange leaves in fall. Introduced in 1976. Disease-resistant to root rot. Cold-hardy. Ripens in June. Self-pollinating, but will yield larger crops if you plant two or more.