Fresh TennesseeBlueberries & Strawberries

  • The new Blue Honey Farms event barn is finished! It's the perfect spot for events and the place to buy berries, jams and our other goodies right here on the farm.​  

Sure, eating fresh blueberries all by themselves is a yummy treat. But blueberries can add so much more flavor to many other dishes. To prove it, we're some tasty recipes to try out. You'll be glad you did!

Baskets for berries? You could use our handmade baskets for picking strawberries or blueberries. Then again, you might want to use them for unique decor or as beautiful gift baskets. We make our baskets one at a time here on the farm, with careful craftsmanship and attention to detail. We have standard designs or we can create a custom basket for you. More info on our baskets and other farm goods can be found on the Products page.

Family owned and family operated - Blue Honey Farms is in the beautiful community of Triune, Tennessee.

With over 800 blueberry bushes and 600 strawberry plants, we raise our berries using only natural growing methods. We have the best blueberries and strawberries to be found in Williamson County and Middle Tennessee - Enjoy!

  Perfect baskets

When it comes to blueberries, we grow only the best. But we also create great treats, all made with Blue Honey Farms blueberries. Enjoy such goodies as jams, blueberry syrup and a wonderful blueberry-infused vanilla extract. Plus there's our delicious 100% Tennessee maple syrup and our beautiful handwoven baskets. 

Happiness is Picking

Your own Blueberries!

We are proud to be a part of Tennessee agriculture. Local farms, local food equals the best food for you to eat. Find out more about our farm in Williamson County and learn why supporting local agriculture is important to everyone.

It's blueberry season and with over 800 blueberry bushes full of ripe berries, we've got plenty for you to enjoy. Our U-Pick season has begun. You can pick (and taste) the blueberries you want at our farm.  

For more info on U-Pick at Blue Honey Farms, click here!

A Barn-raising!

Blue Honey Farms