Our History: This is a family owned and operated farm. The project unintentionally became a three-phased approach. Phase one being a planting that consisted of 900 blueberry plants of the Blue Crop, Patriot, and Blue Ray varieties and 100 Triple Crown Blackberry bushes the first year. In the Spring of 2012 we planted 1600 more blueberry plants and 600 blackberry plants (Navajo, Natchez, and Arapaho variety). Secondary to difficulty controlling insects, which are attracted to the blackberry fruit and vine, we decided to remove the blackberries and plant lavender in its place the Spring of 2019. We built the Berry Barn in 2012, which was operational in 2013.
5313 S. FARM ROAD 241
Rogersville MO 65742
From Springfield: Go 10 minutes east of Springfield on Hwy 60. Turn south on Farm Road 241, 3/4 mile past Kum and Go. We are 1/2 mile down, first house on the right on FR 241.
From Fordland: Go 4 miles west past Rogersville on Hwy 60. FR 241 is 3/4 mile past Jamestown traffic light on left.