Blueberry Plant Sale
2021 BLUEBERRY PLANT SALE !!!!!!!
Saturday, March 13th from 9am to 2pm
This year’s plants all look really fantastic. They all have flowers and will produce berries this season.
We have the following:
In 1 gallon pots: $10 each
Rabbiteye : Krewer early
Powder Blue mid
Southern Highbush: Legacy early
In 3 gallon pots: $20
Rabbiteye varieties: Premiere mid
Pine Bark Mulch: 10 gallon bag $ 5 each
Cash or credit card accepted.
We would ask that everyone wear a mask and maintain a social distance to respect everyone’s situation.
2020 was a great, and hopefully a unique season! We had tons of berries and plenty of people to pick them. And though we had to wear masks or face shields, our farm finally joined the 21st century by accepting credit cards! (If only we could get a consistent signal.)
BLUEBERRY PRUNING – WINTER 2021 — Blueberries! After the fruiting is done we do a large-scale pruning of the field. In the winter, however, Stan walks each row, examining plant after plant, carefully removing certain canes. David and Jonathan then collect the canes, selecting a number that will ultimately go back into the field as supports for branches and canes. The others can be seen in the picture with Jonathan next to them. (And that was just the first pass through.)
WINTER 2020 – 2021 — There are a lot of unseen moments in running a berry farm. We want our customers to see what we see year round so we will be updating with more photos. In the summer everything is lush green, giant, and inviting. The winter provides rich contrast of colors, and a visibility through the field that allows for all kinds of viewing.
The blackberries and blueberries were fantastic! Since there were no late frosts, we had no obstacles to the progress of the fruit.
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 1 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.