We are still amazed at how the blueberries continue to come in. They are plentiful, easy to pick and delicious. We have never had so many berries available at this point in the year. We have pre-picked blueberries if you don’t have the time to pick. They are $5 per pound and a gallon of them is about 5-6 pounds. We are continuing to open Tues, Thurs and Sat from 7 to 1.
Blackberries are also still available in the two new rows of a later berry. They take a little more time to pick but they are still out there.
We hope that our pickers will take advantage of this plentiful harvest.
As of today, July 11th, the blueberries are still coming in strong. There are places where you can pick a whole bucket off of one bush. You have to go into mid to far field to find the best ones but they are out there. The berries are sweet and delicious and available all over the field.
The blackberries have now passed their peak. There are two rows that we have marked that have the most berries. They are our newest later variety and we hope that next year they will really produce for the end of the season.
Raspberries are still chugging along available to the early birds.
We will still have pre-picked blueberries available for another week and as always, we have homemade black and blueberry jams.
We are happy that the cooling rain has rejuvenated the field. Blueberries are super plentiful and easy to pick. They are sweet all over the field and all varieties are producing.
Blackberries seem to have recovered from the heat and are producing some giant berries in the older rows. In the newer rows they are coming in strong with lots of red and green berries on deck.
The cooler days make picking a pleasure and we con’t wait for you to come and take some berries home.
We continue to open Tues, Thurs and Sat from 7 to 1.
We are now going into our peak of the season for both the blackberries and the blueberries. They are both plentiful and delicious.
We have had ladies come in and pre-pick berries so that we can sell them to anyone who need some already picked.
We have homemade jams and cobblers for sale to satisfy your sweet tooth, so we hope you will come out to Angier and enjoy our berry fest!
We will be adding Wednesday, July 4th from 7am to 1pm to our schedule for that holiday pie. See you soon.
We are having a lot of fun watching the beautiful berries come in from the field. The blueberries are huge and sweet and very plentiful. The blackberries are plentiful and new varieties will be coming in soon.
We have had some ladies come in to pick berries to sell pre-picked and it has made a lost of people happy.
We are expecting to have berries until the end of July so there are plenty of berries to pick for all your berry favorites. Check out our recipes on this website.
Our season’s opening day on June 9th was a record breaker thanks to our terrific customers. Thank you!
We saw beautiful blackberries and blueberries come out of the field. We also sold a lot of homemade blackberry jam.
We will now be open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 7am to 1pm. The field is brimming with berries that are waiting for a new home. Come get yours for pies, jams, cakes and just eating!
The berries have been taking their time getting ripe with all the cloudy weather. Now that the sun is back out, they are starting to turn colors in the field. We will open Saturday, June 9th from 7am to 1 pm. After that, we will be open our regular hours; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 7am to 1pm. We are hoping that our new variety of blackberry will lengthen the blackberry picking season. The blueberries are also taking their time but we are starting to see blue ones out there. They are hanging in huge clusters waiting for the right picker to take them home.
We are excited that the 2018 Berry Season will begin soon. We are expecting to start picking blackberries by Saturday, June 9th and the blueberries soon after.
The crops look amazing!
The blackberries are producing in overdrive. Our newest blackberry variety is showing as many as 15 berries at the tips of their branches.
Many of the blueberry branches have had to be braced from underneath because they are drooping so heavily with berries hanging in huge clusters.
It is going to be a fun year for berry lovers. See you soon!
It has been an odd berry year and a frustrating one. The blueberries are finished for the year just when they would be peaking. The mild winter had the berries blooming and the spring freeze finished most of them off.
The blackberries are still coming in. We have a new variety of blackberry that we planted to come in later to sync with the blueberry peak. They are giving their first crop now and they are delicious.
We are reducing the hours (8-11am) to reflect the crop conditions so we hope people will come and get the blackberries. We are so grateful to our wonderful customers who are so understanding about what has happened this year. We love them all.
We are seeing the berries pass their peak earlier than ever before, but there are still beautiful berries ripening in the field. They will be easy to pick and delicious.
Yesterday, we were complemented to be mentioned on WRAL’s article on places to pick blueberries. We had a great turnout that resulted from the article. Some people may have been disappointed because we didn’t have the quantity of berries that we normally have. The spring heat brought the berries in early and the spring freeze reduced our production significantly. We are hoping for better luck next season.
We are changing our hours to reflect the picking conditions. We will open from 8am to 11am Tues, Thurs and Sat this week. We will see what the berries tell us after that. Possibly, we will be able to have picked blackberries still available.