Region: Middle - Robertson County
Method of Sale: On Farm Sale, Pick Your Own
Pick Your Own: You pick Blackberries, You pick Blueberries, You pick CutFlowers
Additional Information: Our Tennessee Bicentennial Farm was established in Robertson County in 1815 by my Clinard ancestors. We have six blueberry varieties planted in 2008 that are ripe late June through July, and our manicured and partly shady patch makes it a breeze to pick. We do not spray our blueberry bushes with anything. We provide buckets for you to pick in, and then bag them for you to take home or you can bring your own containers. We also have a few blackberry and wineberry bushes, and u-pick flower patches with zinnias, sunflowers, etc. you can cut and make your own bouquet. We sell our surplus heirloom vegetables, any other fruit in season, and some jams. We offer photo sessions around the farm at $35 per client session (bring your own photographer.) Picnic tables and chairs are provided if you want to bring a picnic lunch or snack. Please bring drinks as it gets hot, your sunscreen, and bug spray! It takes about an hour to pick a gallon of blueberries. Appointments are required for groups. Check out our very active Facebook page at Busy Bee Blueberry Patch for more info, photos, days, and hours open. Email Jamie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 615-542-9120. Jamie & Wally Dudiak Please check our Facebook for hours of operation or call ahead before visiting the farm.
Available: Cut Flowers, Vegetable Plants, Blackberries, Blueberries, Cucumbers, Peppers, Squash Summer, Tomatoes