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Our Fruit

The heirloom and hybrid berry varieties we grow
Fruit
Blackberries
Blackberry Varieties & Miscellaneous

Blackberries: there are two rows (300 feet each) of thornless blackberries (summerbearing on florocanes).

Currants: new this year!  Half a bed is dedicated to experimental plantings of black, red and white currants.

Gooseberries: Also new this year, a dozen each red and green gooseberry plants.

Blueberries
Blueberry Varieties

After initial success with North Blue and Patriot blueberry varieties in pilot plots, the 13 acres dedicated to blueberry production now hold over 20 varieties including, but not limited to, Jersey, Bluecrop, Elliott, Duke, Sierra, Berkley, Blueray, Coville, Late Blue, Earlyblue Toro, and Herbert.  In 2011, 550 new blueberry plants will be interplanted between existing mature plants.  This is in part to replace plants lost to weather or deer damage, and in part to create full hedgerows as opposed to the wider five-foot original planting plan.

Raspberries
Raspberry Varieties

2011 is an exciting year for raspberry production at Hybridoma.  Over 1500 linear feet of new bramble beds were added, and both new and existing beds upgraded to a double "V" trellis system. 

Red raspberry varieties: Three beds, one each of Polana (summerbearing on florocanes), Kilarney (summerbearing on florocanes), and Heritage (everbearing on primocanes).

Purple raspberries: One bed of Royalton (summerbearing on florocanes).

Black raspberries: Two beds, including Jewel (thorny black raspberry, summerbearing on florocanes) variety.

Yellow raspberries: half a bed of Queen Anne (summerbearing on florocanes)

2017 Education Programs March 14th, 2017

In 2017, We will continue our education outreach with various groups of children

Lavender for sale this yearMarch 14th, 2017

In mid June 2017, we will have organically grown lavender for those who are interested.  

Spring 2017March 14th, 2017

We welcome old friends and new patrons to the farm to pick organically grown fruit.  Masha and Sasha our two new twins have their first birthday shortly and they will be joining us at the berry s