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blueberry farm

Nearly ready for picking

After months of tending the blueberry plants (including a lot of heavy duty weeding – buttercups being particularly tricky to shift!), there are now an abundance …

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Devon county Show

Devon County Show

Had a great day. Handed out some of my new business cards, and Simon got interviewed for BBC Radio Devon!  

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bees

Our bees

Blueberries and bees make perfect companions, working together to create a perfect natural environment for our superfood. With nearly 1600 blueberry plants, we need a lot of pollination to occur if we’re to get the best harvest.

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berries

Where did blueberries come from?

Blueberries first came to Europe in the 1930s from North America. Comprising a range of lowbush and highbush varieties, the more common commercially grown plants can reach 4-10 feet tall and up to 5 feet across.

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blueberry farm

Our berries

Our Farm has 9 varieties of highbush blueberry bushes and, while the plants are self-fertile, they benefit hugely from cross-pollination which increases the size of …

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