Blueberries are Liberty Ridge Farm’s main summer crop. Usually ripe by July 11 and lasting until all the berries are gone (on average until August 10). Liberty Ridge Farm has been growing their own blueberries for 11 years. These tasty, plump morsels are a mid-summer treat that we look forward to all year long. Most of our guests are pick-your-own berry customers; you pick as many berries as you like, and then pay by the pound. Our farm has fresh picked berries for those who want to purchase berries. If you’re not interested in picking themselves; call in to place an order of pre-picked berries. We’ll have them freshly picked are ready for your pickup.
Pick-your-own blueberries 2017 cost: $3.00/pound Cash or check preferred please. Please park in the parking lot. As you drive onto the farm the parking is in a field on the left.
Pick your own blueberries hours: 7 am to Noon
Starting on Saturday, July 8th
Wholesale customers- Liberty Ridge sells to Farm Markets and restaurants. Call for information. We do deliver.
Berry Picking Suggestions:
Take care of yourself: Berry picking is an outdoor summer activity, so please bring water. It might also be a good idea to wear a hat, sun screen, bug spray, and a light jacket if you are picking very early in the morning.
Pick the blue blueberries; these are the berries that taste best! Please leave the unripe berries on the bushes to ripen.
Please park in the parking lot and enter the Country Store to check in. We provide picking buckets and bags to carry your berries home. If you are bringing your own containers have them weighed empty before you fill them full of tasty berries! This will make check out a lot faster.
We hope to see you soon on the farm!
We grow our own Mums here at Liberty Ridge Farm. They are planted in mid-June. The mums then grow in full sunlight all summer, with careful watering, until they bloom in September!
Here at Liberty Ridge Farm we decorate with mums on the farm to add more color during the fall; nothing like a cheery yellow bunch of flowers on a cool fall day! We also have mums for sale throughout the fall business season. Grab a few to decorate your home when you are done with your day on the farm.
The corn that we grow on the farm is cow corn. It is tasty to cows, no so much to humans. The corn seed for the cornfield maze was generously supplied by Pioneer. The corn is planted in at the end of May. It grows all spring and summer. If nature cooperates it is knee high by the 4th of July! The corn is usually at least 8 feet tall by the end of July. When fall rolls around the cornstalks are 13 feet tall!
Here is the corn at the end of June. Almost knee high!
Pumpkins! October’s favorite fruit! Here at Liberty Ridge Farm, there are many kinds of pumpkins grown and sold. Pumpkins are great for eating, great for decorating, and great for shooting out of a cannon too!
Pumpkin shooters are available after the pumpkin cannon show on the Saturdays and Sundays during the fall.
- Cinderella’s Carriage; a flattened, round, reddish-orange pumpkin
- Kandy Korn; the farm’s baby pumpkins! A little bigger than a baseball, perfect for decorating!
- Jarradale; a cool looking slate blue skinned pumpkin, good for decorating and eating!
- Sugar pumpkins for great for cooking and decorating
- Jack o lantern for carving pumpkins
- White pumpkins, and funny shaped pumpkins….
- Porcelain Doll Pumpkins – These delicate pink pumpkins are pretty to look at, and tasty in soups and pies. Better yet, the sale of every Porcelain Doll Pumpkin benefits the Pink Pumpkin Patch Foundation efforts in fighting breast cancer.
- Pumpkins and gourds are $0.50 per pound. Weigh stations available at the counter in the Country Store.
Pumpkins and gourds are $0.50 per pound. Weigh stations available at the counter in the Country Store.