We Currently have 6 varieties of blueberries available for u-pick. With their location shown on the map below, here are a few of their characteristics to help you determine what variety might be best for you. Keep in mind that the smaller, darker berries hold the highest amount of anti-oxidants.
Stanley- This variety was planted in 1946. The Stanley is known to have a medium loose fruit cluster, the berry is a medium size berry and small later in the picking season. They are a medium blue, firm and aromatic berry that is resistant to cracking. A very flavorful berry.
Dixi- This variety was planted in 1946. The Dixi is known for it's productive, tight fruit cluster with very large berries. This medium blue, firm and aromatic berry is liked for its high dessert quality. It ripens slightly after the Jersey variety.
Pemberton- This variety was planted in 1946. The Pemberton is know for its very productive, very loose fruit cluster. The berries are large, dark blue, firm and slightly aromatic. They have a good desert quality and ripen slightly earlier than the Jersey variety.
Jersey- This variety was planted in 1946. The Jersey is know for its productive and loose fruit cluster. The berries range from medium to large that are firm with a medium blue color. They are resistant to cracking and ripen later in the season.
Blue Ray- This variety was planted in 1983. The Blue Ray is known for its productive, rather small and tight fruit clusters. The berries are very large, light blue, firm and aromatic. They have a high dessert quality, resistant to cracking and ripen early midseason. Liked for its very large high-flavored berries.
Blue Crop- This variety was planted in 1983. The Blue Crop is known for its very productive, loose fruit cluster. The berries are large, very light blue, firm and slightly aromatic. They have a good dessert quality, resistant to cracking and ripen early midseason.
We use organic and/or sustainable agricultural methods. If you have specific questions or needs, please call and we will be happy to discuss our growing techniques.