We live on a small farm in Nash County and we believe it is not only important to eat good foods, but eat good foods grown in a natural, healthy way. All of our fruits and herbs are grown without pesticides or harmful chemicals — when it becomes absolutely necessary to treat our plants, we use only organic-approved treatments. We live with our children where our products are grown, so health and safety come first. We do not grow generic or common blueberries, we have carefully selected the sweetest, most flavorful fruit plants we could find. We'll have blackberries, selected the same way,in 2011.
We sell off the farm and plan to also have products at the Spring Hope, Rocky Mount and possibly Raleigh Farmers Markets, depending on next year's production.
Our other job is as Master Photographer (PPA) at our studio in Nashville, NC, Brantley's Studio, which we've operated since 1996.
Blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, pears, apples, figs, pomegranates, herbs
From the Triangle: Take U.S. Hwy. 64 East to the Bailey-Middlesex/Hwy 231 exit. At the top of the ramp, turn right onto Hwy 231. At the first crossroads, turn left onto Frazier Rd. At the next crossroads, turn left onto Old Spring Hope Rd, we are 6/10ths of a mile on the right.
From Rocky Mount or points East: Take U.S.Hwy 64 to the Spring Hope-Bailey/Hwy 581 exit. Take a left onto 581, then an immediate right onto Old Spring Hope Rd. We are 4.5mi on the left.
From points North or South: Take I-95 to the Nashville-Rocky Mount/U.S. 64 exit. Go West on U.S. 64 until the Spring Hope-Bailey-Hwy 581 exit. Turn left onto 581, then an immediate right onto Old Spring Hope Rd.
May-October, by appointment or Monday-Saturday from 4-7pm.
Off the farm, Spring Hope, Rocky Mount Farmers Markets in 2010. Coming soon to a grocer near you.