Our Tennessee Bicentennial Farm was established in Robertson County in 1815 by my Clinard ancestors.
In 2008, we planted around 150 blueberry plants in part of the old garden.
We have six blueberry varieties that are ripe late June through July, and our manicured partly shady patch makes it a breeze to pick.
We do not spray our blueberry bushes with anything as their only pests are birds, and we share with them.
We provide buckets for you to pick in, and then bag them for you to take home or you can bring your own bags or containers.
Picnic tables and chairs are provided if you want to bring a picnic lunch or snack.
Please bring drinks as it gets hot! It takes about an hour to pick a gallon of blueberries.
We do have a few mobile patio umbrellas for shady picking.