Our farm-grown herbs and flowering plants for flavor, adaptation to the Lowcountry, deer-resistance and especially attractiveness to native pollinators. Milkweed, lavender, native plants, herbs, and succulents will keep growing, like our new display garden, ready for you once we open again.
Workshops on growing herbs, butterfly and bee-friendly plants, cooking with herbs and blueberries are on the books. Schedule will be announced when the current health concerns are reduced.
Time for a party...we are planning our 10th annual Lowcountry Blueberry Festival, currently scheduled for Sunday, June 28, noon to 6 pm. It's when we open for public picking, welcoming all to the farm for live music, fantastic food and drink, and good fun.
Favorite farm recipes for our harvests. Let us know how they work for you, and share yours with us!
Blueberry Management Workshop will be offered again in August to provide you with the information you need to make your berries big and blue. Hands on experience with pruning, planting and learning how to lay out your own patch are part of this Sunday afternoon workshop.
WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED
Take Hwy 17 to McClellanville and look for the blue highway signs to guide you when you get close to Hwy 45. Turn onto Hwy. 45 at the flashing yellow light.Turn left onto Randall Road, the first paved road about a block north of Hwy 17. Continue about 1.2 miles and look for the farm gate on your right in the middle of a blueberry patch with our signs. email@example.com 843-887-3554 / 843-630-0226 text/cell
Our crop is on target this year to be tremendous, and we look forward to sharing it with you as circumstances allow. Heritage rabbiteye blueberry varieties developed in the Southeast flourish in the heat and humidity of the Lowcountry. Fruit on more than nearly 3000 bushes ripens beginning in June through the summer, and these huge deliciously fresh and sweet berries are handpicked and available at our Certified South Carolina roadside farm market in season.
Our pick-your-own season opens with our 10th annual Lowcountry Blueberry Festival scheduled for June 28, 2020. Whether you have picked blueberries before or if this is your first chance, you will find plenty of perfectly ripe and delicious berries. We also have limited quantities of pre-picked blueberries and all our farm products available in our on-farm market.
Blue Pearl Farms sells our field dug blueberry bushes throughout the year in our farm nursery.
We keep about a hundred colonies of honeybees at our blueberry farm on the edge of the Francis Marion National Forest and other locations that provide the unique flavor of the lowcountry straight from the bees...never flavored or adulterated, always raw and delicious. Come out for a personal apiary experience or beekeeping workshop for hands on experience with the bees.
Once the blueberry harvest ends, we begin crabbing in the Crab Bus, working the clean waters surrounding the marshes and barrier islands of the Cape Romain wilderness. We focus on high quality and good, heavy crabs for discerning clients.
Find the Taxi Crab (our custom rolling cooler) loaded with freshly harvested and chilled crabs at the farm every day, and at Guy C Lee Building Materials (2985 Hwy 17 in Mt Pleasant) Fridays after 2 pm and Saturdays after 1 pm.
Feed yourself and the bees with herbs and pollinator garden plants grown on the farm in our organic nursery. Stop in at the succulent greenhouse and choose some to pot up while you are here.
We focus on healthy plants that will do well in a range of conditions. Herbs available all year, so come by for a nursery tour on a Sunday afternoon or by appointment.
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We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours and to contact us if you are in the area.
9760 Randall Road, Mc Clellanville, South Carolina 29458, United States
12:00 pm – 06:00 pm
The farm is temporarily closed to help keep us all safe and healthy. Our open hours are for prepaid pickups of honey, hanging baskets, herbs and flowering plants. We accept Venmo, CashApp, and credit cards.