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Blueberry Hill Farm

Blueberry Hill Farm is a new operation. Planting began in the spring of 2011. We now have 1 1/2 acres in cultivation with about 1500 plants. Five varieties of blueberry plants, all with different harvest times, give us a long season. Harvest begins the middle of June and continues through the third week of September. Our strains in order of maturity; Blue Ray, Blue Crop, Jersey, Elliot, and Powder Blue.

Our little farm is located four miles from Spruce Pine, NC and one mile from the Blue Ridge Parkway at mile 327.5. The elevation is 2800 feet, with warm days and cool nights, a good environment for blueberry production.


Creasman Farms

We are a third-generation family-owned farm located in the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina. We have approximately 35 acres in apples and invite you to come visit our “pick your own” orchard in Hendersonville, NC.


Imladris Farm

Located in the farming community of Fairview, NC and dating back to a land grant from the late 1700's, the farm still includes and makes use of several of the old farm buildings, the original springs, and tools inherited from family. The birth of Andy, our son, began the seventh generation of our family’s presence on this farm.




Stepp's Plants, Etc. 

Stepp's Plants, Etc. is a third-generation family farm located in Hendersonville, NC. We grow flowers and asparagus that are available in the spring (typically late June through late May). We also grow raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries that are generally harvested from mid June until late August. Stepp's Plants, Etc. is Appalachian Grown certified and is fortunate to be part of the local food network in Western North Carolina!



Wilson Family Farm

We are a family farm located in the Cane Creek Valley area of Fairview, NC. We are at the end of the pavement on Willie Mae Way at the intersection of Cane Creek and Concord Roads. This farm has been in our family for over thirty years.



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