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2015 Season: U-Pick Blueberry Farms in Plant City, Odessa, and More

The start of April brings Tampa Bay Area’s U-Pick blueberry season! Bring the family and enjoy the morning or afternoon picking beautiful, ripe, and juicy åÊFlorida blueberries.

There are many farms from Plant City to Odessa that are offering U-Pick blueberries foråÊthe 2015 season. åÊMost of these blueberries farms provide buckets for your U-Pick convenience. åÊChildren will love choosing their favorite blueberries to put in their buckets.

Hours of operation, prices, and availability may change with without notice. Blueberries are very popular, so please call ahead for times and availability. åÊBlueberry picking is available while supplies last, so go pick some this weekend!

2015 Blueberry Farm List:

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Background, Berry, Blue, Blueberry, Food

Proctor‰Ûªs Family Farm
3838 Fancy Farms Road
Plant City, FL 33566
(813) 323-8822

U-Pick season will reopen on Friday, April 10, 2015.

Their berry rows are wide, weed free, and easily accessible for children and families. åÊThe farm provides clean buckets to pick your berries, and plastic bags to transport your blue berries home.

Blue Youth Berries Farm
8201 Cosme Road
Odessa, FL 33556
(813) 765-0103

U-Pick Season Opened: Saturday, April 4, 2015

Visit their Facebook page for updates.

Farm is designed to be “U-Pick” friendly. Blue Youth Berries Farm uses natural irrigation sources. åÊPets are not allowed.

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Blueberry, Vaccinium Myrtillus, Berries

Bonnie Blueberries
201 Wendel Avenue
Lithia, FL 33547
(813) 928-4736

U-pick Season Opens: Friday, April 10, 2015 from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Family owned and operated. Pesticide free blue berry farm.

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Berry Blue Farms
2903 West Hwy. 60
Plant City, FL 33567
(813) 323-7987

U-Pick Season Opens: April-May from Monday through Saturday, 8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

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Blueberry, Plants, Fruit, Wipes

Moody Blues Farm
404 Cloverleaf Drive
Lithia, FL 33547
(813) 684-8468

U-pick Season Opens: Mid-April and will last 2-3 weekends. Specific dates will be posted on their website.åÊ

Moody Blues Farm offers organic blueberries for your family to pick.

Prices: Organic blue berries will be $10.00/lb. for U-Pick
and $12.00/lb. for Pre-Picked Fresh and Frozen Fruit!åÊ

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Keel & Curley Winery
5210 West Thonotosassa Road
Plant City, FL 33565
(813) 752-9100

U-pick Season Opens: Friday, April 24, 2015 and runs through Sunday, June 14, 2015.

Not organic, but pesticides use is limited. U-Pick blueberries is available while supplies last. åÊBlackberries and peaches are also available for U-Pick.

U-Pick Prices:
Blueberries: Cash $4.00 lb. Credit Card $4.25lb

Blackberries: Cash $6.00 lb. Credit Card $6.25lb
*U-Pick season for blackberries will be announced soon.

Peaches: $2 lb. Credit Card $2.25 lb
*U-Pick season for peaches will be announced soon.

U-Pick at Keel and Curley

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Blueberries, Fruit, Food, Berries, Blue

Brooksville Ridge Blueberries
1172 Hancock Lake Road
Brooksville, FL 34602

U-Pick season opens in May. Updates are provided on Brooksville Ridge Blueberries Facebook Page.åÊ

The farm provides buckets and bags for picking blueberries. Families with children are invited to pick. åÊPets are not allowed on farm.

They accept cash and checks. Credit cards are not accepted.

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Butch’s Blueberries
5361 White Road
Brooksville, FL 34602
(352) 238-3060 (Butch)

U-Pick season starts lateåÊApril or beginning of May. Find updates on Butch’s Blueberries Facebook Page.åÊ

Prices: Cash only
U-Pick: $3.00 lb
We-Pick: $6.00 lb

The farm is 4 acres and has all natural blueberry plants. Buckets are provided for picking. Pets are not allowed on farm.

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