Contact us Retail ordering is easy. Select from *on farm curbside pickup* or *mail order* options at checkout.
We ship to all states east of the Mississippi, except AL, FL, IN, MS due to restrictions.
See our Shipping and Pickup Information here for further details.

COVID-19: Only the two of us work here, and we have been practicing social distancing since mid-March. We're following all federal and state health guidelines.

Vaccinium pallidum / Lowbush Blueberry


A favorite wild fruit of our family – sweet and enjoyable to pick.

This low-growing shrub prefers well-drained, acidic soils. Beautiful fall color. Vaccinium pallidum is the more common species of lowbush blueberry in our area, found in oak- and pine-dominated acidic habitats.

A good nectary for native bees and other pollinators.

A minimum of two plants are recommended for cross-pollination and fruiting.

Height: 1’ – 2’ Blooms: April – June

Fruit: June – August

Habitat: Well drained, Sun to part sun


Additional information


Quart, Cube