Even after all the spring rain we had in the winter and two major frosts at the farm in March when the temperature went down to 29 degrees, all the blooms of blueberries and peaches made it through without freezing.
We can now sing the wonderful old English Anglican children’s hymn that was popularized as in James Herriot’s books about an English country veterinarian.
All things bright and beautiful,
All creatures great and small,
All things wise and wonderful,
The Lord God made them all.
We are grateful for what God gives us and we look forward to the fruit and berries ripening. We hope you have a wonderful spring and may you be truly blessed.
From all the folks here at Hope Fruit and Berry Farm
Pointers for Farm Visitors
We want you to enjoy your experience at the farm. It does get warm working in the sun, so be sure to bring sunscreen and a hat. We do have cold water and a restroom available. Always feel free to pack a snack or a picnic lunch. We will provide buckets for you to use as you gather fresh berries. If you want to bring containers to haul your fruit home, you are welcome to do so. To make the experience enjoyable for other U-
HoursWe are open Monday through Saturday during daylight hours. We are closed each Sunday for worship and rest.
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Hope Fruit & Berry Farm
362 SCR 142
Morton, MS 39117