10 YEARS...and growing stronger

January 2020

Since that first plant went into the ground in November 2010 it has been an uphill ride ever since. For that we thank you. From wanting to do something with the land to developing a respectable little blueberry farm, who knew.


We will take responsibility for contributing to the creation of what we refer to most affectionately as "our blueberry snobs." These are focused individuals who know exactly what they like and that would be a particular variety of blueberries. It can be any variety, after all, everyone's favorite is different. But it is interesting how it can be the large plump Chandler for one person, the abundant Duke for another, or the juicy Legacy for yet another. Hey, that's life in blueberry land. 


Another thing about life in blueberry land are the opportunities that just seem to pop up, growing things, making things, developing things. I tell you it is endless so pay attention to see what crops up (pun intended) in the tomorrow. We can't wait, are you as excited as we are?


Our family looks forward to serving your family for many more years to come with the finest blueberries we can muster. That is of course with the aid of Mother Nature who has been kind to us. We look forward to re-kindling our friendship with each and every one of you each and every blueberry season.

Welcome to Outback Farm

Surely you have heard that saying, “variety is the spice of life” but did you know variety is also the spice of blueberries?


Really, just ask any blueberry connoisseur…. you will hear all the reasons why one person likes the big Chandlers, the sweet Dukes or the plump Legacy. And, each of them are right because it is all about preference.​


That said, it is fine to have a favorite but do not be afraid to venture out a little and try some of the other varieties. You may be surprised with what they have to offer.


Here is a glance at the blueberry array you will find at Outback Farm: Duke, Bluegold, Bluecrop, Bluejay, Legacy, Rebel, Toro, Chandler, Elliot, Ruebel, Vernon, Titan and last but not least, Pink Lemonade, really. Check out the "Did you Know?" page to get a little information about each of the blueberry varieties we grow.


So when the blueberry picking season rolls around again for the 2020 season, typically mid to end of May through mid to end of July, take the opportunity to introduce yourself to the delightful collection we have been watering, pruning, mulching, weeding and nurturing for you. We do not think you will be disappointed.

We have also added F.A.Q. page for your convenience. See if you can get your question answered there and if not just contact us whatever way works the best for you.


And, if you cannot bear the thought of waiting for the fresh blueberry season to roll around, FYI, we just about always have frozen blueberries for you. Give us a call.