May 7, 2018:
I see a blackberry!
Look closely at that bloom. See the center? It has a lime green BLACKBERRY forming! It seems as though Mother Nature's inconsistent weather this spring has delayed fruiting by 3 - 4 weeks. That means the berries will probably not be ripe for picking before MID TO LATE JUNE!😮 So take the kids swimming, treat yourself to ice cream or go on a bike ride in the early part of the month. Just don't forget to come see us for your berry picking adventure later in June or July! Continue to check back with us for actual opening dates.
$5.00 per pound (± 2 oz)
0-2 oz No charge
3-6 oz $1.25
7-10 oz $2.50
11-14 oz $3.75
15-16 oz $5.00 (full pound)
N40 Berries is a family owned and operated business. We began in 2015 with the planting of 800 thornless blackberry seedlings. The plants grew well, so 2016 will be the first year for actual berry production.
We have four different varieties of blackberries that vary somewhat in height, berry size, sweetness and ripening times. Natchez ripens earliest (early June) and has large berries but may be slightly less sweet than the other varieties. Ouachita and Osage ripen a bit later and have slightly smaller but sweeter berries, while Apache ripens latest (mid-late June) and has large, sweet berries.
Go N on Main/Washington (which turns into Hwy 177). Approximately 1.3 miles past the turnpike, turn left (W) on Glencoe Rd for 1 mile to N Western Rd. Turn right (N) and enter the gate on your left at the top of the hill and follow the gravel drive.
From Ponca City:
Go S on Hwy 177. At 4 miles past “Four Corners” (with a blinking red stoplight) turn right (W) on Lone Chimney Rd, go 1 mile to N Western Rd and turn left (S), and the gate will be on the right about ¾ mile at the top of the hill.
8920 N Western Rd
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