"To lie sometimes on the grass under the trees on a summer's day,
listening to the murmur of the water, or watching the clouds float across the sky,
is by no means a waste of time." John Lubbock
Picking berries is our jam, no pun intended! In all seriousness we are thrilled to say we will be opening our blueberry fields this summer! We have carefully selected 6 varieties that will provide our guest with the longest picking season and the best fruit possible.
The varieties we have chosen should bear
the end of June to the middle of August...
stay tuned for the season opener!
We love people and we love people with flowers! Come to the country and stroll through the rows and rows of blossoms and blooms. There's not a flower you can't pick or a weed you can't pull! Make a bouquet with a friend or for a friend, relax with your family and take in all the beauty around you...we're glad you're here. There are thousands of flowers and umpteen varieties to entice you to create your own unique masterpiece. The possibilities are endless!
IN THE BARN
AND ON THE FARM
We are ever creating and always planning events that let you step away from your routine, slow down and enjoy the simple things in life. Think spoiled! We can't wait to share these treasured moments with you...check back often for a workshop that has
your name written all over it!
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it's simply... "Bluetiful!"
"ONE BERRY FOR
MY BUCKET AND TWO FOR MY MOUTH!"
THANK YOU FOR A GREAT 2020 SEASON
OUR FIELDS ARE CLOSED AND WE ARE PREPARING FOR AN EVEN BIGGER AND BETTER 2021 U-PICK SEASON!
Check back often for the latest offerings and field dates
Berry and Bloom Farm is
U-pick flower fields are self-serve
Monday - Saturday
***FUN UP to FUN DOWN***
Things to remember:
Check in at the flower barn first for instructions
Bring a container to take your bouquets home with you
No restroom on site
No pets please (service animals welcome)
We accept Cash, Check, Venmo, Google Pay
Professional photography by appointment only
Please park parallel to driveway on the grass between trees and gravel