Blueberries in May... Blueberries in mid-June... Nuc yard for new colonies of bees
The blueberries are getting full with all the rain, the olives are blooming, and the colonies of bees are enjoying the nectar flow and bringing in loads of pollen. We will be part of the farmers markets in Mt. Pleasant on Tuesdays, at Daniel Island on Thursday afternoons, and Charleston on Saturdays, starting in early June when the berries will be ripe.
Blue Pearl Farms has a limited number of our heritage varieties of
organically tended rabbiteye blueberry plants for sale. The
plants are field-dug and in their second year, so they are ready to be
planted. These varieties require cross-pollination, at least six hours
of sunlight, and some space between the plants (4-5 feet) so they don't
grow into each other. Contact us at email@example.com
or the farm line (843-887-3554) for more information. Olives adapted to the Southeast are also available in three sizes.
Arbequina and Koronecki olives Be sure to put the Blueberry Festival on your calendar for June!
Blue Pearl Farms became one of the state's most recent Certified Roadside Markets this year, and we are proud to be part of the Certified South Carolina farm products group as well. We never spray or use chemicals on the farm, and rely on mulch, compost and natural products to support plant health. All our maintenance is done by hand, and Blue Pearl Farms will always be GMO-free. Organic certification procedures help farmers focus on creating plans to get the best food to our customers, and that process is underway as well. If you ever have questions about how plants grow here, please ask or come visit.