Dr Young’s Pond Berry Farm 2021 CLOSED
|WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE SEASON! Even though the spring was rough, we had an amazing crop, and we can’t thank everyone enough for coming out! We hope you enjoyed your berries and we look forward to seeing you next year!|
If you have blueberry plants and your fruit is done, it’s time to get to pruning. You’ll be amazed by what our field will look like by week’s end.
With the new season comes new changes to the farm and we’re pretty excited about them! Instead of the old barn, we’re moving up the hill to the top of the parking lot by the new field. (The entrance and exit haven’t changed.) Prepaid buckets were so popular last year we are doing them again, AND we will have a bucket tent at the edge of the old field if you need to grab more.
Another popular return will be Jonathan’s fantastic Fruit Plants. If ever you’ve wanted interesting plants that will bear fruit, Jonathan is the guy to talk to.
What’s Happening Right Now
Life on the farm is blooming! From ducklings in the lake to berries in the field, the farm is full of new energy. Nearly everyday the dogs are announcing the presence of a turtle laying its eggs. These hatchlings are always an adorable sight as they make their way through the berry field towards the lake. You will find them on the farthest reaches of the farm, working hard to build the strength they need to live in the lake.
The new planting of Raspberries has taken off a bit beyond our expectations. As always, be prepared to show up early to get them!
We were very aware of the limitations that Covid 19 placed on us this season and we heartily thank everyone for abiding by the guidelines in place!
HOURS OF OPERATION
Season can go from early June to early August. Open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 7 AM to 12 PM.
We are 8.5 miles west of the intersection of US 40 and NC 210 at exit 319. We are also 2 miles northeast of the intersection of NC 210 and NC 55 in Angier. More detail.