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Renee's Berry Garden

1265 Will Baker Rd.

London, AR 72847

 (479) 293-3229

           

 




















Folks, thanks for coming out; we are closed for the season.


Please call the answering machine (479-293-3229) before you pay us a visit. We update the machine on a regular basis and will let you know what picking conditions are like before you drive out.

2018 Prices
 Pick-your-own Blueberries 
 $13/gallon
 Pre-picked Blueberries $20/gallon (limited supply, please call)
 Pick-your-own Blackberries $12/gallon
 Pre-picked Blackberries $18/gallon
*Bring a picnic lunch; we've got benches and plenty of shade--this is a kid friendly operation!
*Yes, we do have a bathroom facility and water.
*We supply the containers.

 

Welcome to the home of the finest berries in this part of Arkansas, Renee's Berry Garden! Our U-Pick farm is located in the scenic rolling hills of the Arkansas River Valley just outside the city limits of London. Our season usually runs from late May through the first week in July--if you've never experienced a blueberry or blackberry straight off the bush, you need to pay us a visit.

Renee's Berry Garden is a pick-your-own farm, operated by the Ford Family and open to the public since 1996. Ours is a holistic approach to farming; we believe the soil is a complex, living organism. We're dedicated to providing you with great tasting fruit and a real farm experience. Customers tell us that we have the best blueberries and blackberries they have ever tasted--come see for yourself! 

                                                              

We go through 60 tons of mulch per year!  If you've got bagged leaves or pine needles and live in the Russellville/London area, give us a call for free pickup (sorry, no grass clippings).


Got questions?  Feel free to shoot us an e-mail: ford_pat@hotmail.com    

     

About Us

In 1993, Pat and Renee purchased six acres of overgrown pasture, a house and a dilapidated barn.  Their plan?  Renee would work full-time as a librarian at Arkansas Tech University and Pat would stay at home with their infant son (Robinson) and start a farm.   After many years of raising many different crops, our focus is now concentrated on blueberries and blackberries.  We have approximately four acres planted, and we're in the process of expanding and replacing older varieties with new and improved bushes.  

 

 

 

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