Midwest Living Review
The name says it all: Bryant's Blueberries raises nine varieties of blueberry, such as Blueray' and Patriot', and nothing else. Tucked away on 10 quiet acres in New Salisbury, Indiana, the farm is a tranquil spot for a day of berry picking or a walk around the field. If you're lucky, you might even meet Waylon, the friendly resident German shepherd. Founded in 1977, Bryant's Blueberries uses integrated pest management to reduce its reliance on chemicals, so the blueberries are as pure and natural as possible. Because of that, owners Dale and Diane Bryant claim that once you try their blueberries, you'll never settle for anything else. The blueberry season runs from early June to late July, but the Bryants often restrict picking when supplies run low. Call ahead or check the website for information about designated picking days, including the availability of specific varieties. Come prepared with baskets or buckets, preferably with handles, but be sure to have your empty containers weighed before heading out to the field.