Alma or Mark Apple
1765 Highway 66 South
Kernersville, NC 27284
Phone: (336)993-2279
Fax: (336)993-2279

About Us:
We converted our farm from tobacco to blueberries in 1982. We have approx. 2 1/4 acres of irrigated, well estiblished bushes. Our fields are well maintained for easy picking. There are NO CHEMICALS sprayed on our berries.

We offer "Pick your own" and Pre-picked. Picking your own berries can be FUN and it provides a great teaching tool for the younger kids and grown ups too. (And by the way we don't care if you sneak 1 or 2 to eat while your picking.) The kids can learn where foods they eat come from, other than a grocery store. Our pre-pick operation is one of a kind. You let us know what quantity you want and when you would like to pick them up. This is done for a couple of reasons. (1)We believe in offering the consumer a quality, "Farm fresh" product. (2) The demand for our berries over the past couple of years has been so high that we have not been able to maintain product on hand. No matter which way you chose to get your berries, (Pick your own or Pre-picked) we will package your berries so all you have to do is place them in the freezer when you get home. Could anything be any easier.

So stop by and see either Alma or Mark or give us a call we will be happy to tell you how the picking is or take your order. And for those of you who like to pick your own Max Jr. is always in the fields in the golf cart with a fresh cooler of ice water.

Our Products:

From Winston-Salem, take I-40 East to Highway 66 exit. At the top of the ramp turn Right go .6 miles the farm is on your left. From Greensboro, take I-40 West to Highway 66 exit. At the top of the ramp turn Left go .7 miles the farm is on the left. From High Point, take Highway 311 North to Highway 66 exit. At top of ramp turn Right, go North approx. 3.5 miles. The farm is on the Right just past Bunker Hill/Sandy Ridge Road.

Hours of Operation:
8AM-8PM Monday thru Saturday 1PM-6PM Sunday *Call to check on availibility/Quality

Where our products can be found:
On the farm.

Goodness Grows In North Carolina Logo Proud member of the Goodness Grows in North Carolina program.

General Store Home | NCDA&CS Home Page
Site Hosted by North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services

Go Back    Edit your page