Hemi blueberry farm, greensboro georgia

1861 Bramlett Road,
Greensboro Georgia 30642


Hemi Blueberry Farm is a family owned and operated farm established in 2015 in Greensboro, Georgia. Our first crop was in Late May 2017.

HEMI Blueberry Farm is a registered trademark in the United States of America.

Owners: Hector Buitrago and Michele Lamassonne

We produce the most fresh and delicious blueberries and we don’t use pesticides. We were proudly certified in 2020 as “Certified Naturally Grown” CNG.

We grow six varieties of Blueberries: Vernon, Legacy, Brightwell, Camellias, Krewer and Titan (jumbo variety developed by University of GA) - and four types of Muscadine grapes: Black Jumbo, Black Beauty, Bronze Magnolia Scuppernong and Bronze Old Fashioned.

Come by the farm and pick your own!

Pick your own starts in Late May of every year.

Picking is possible Tuesday thru Sunday, from 8 am to 7 pm except Saturday when our hours are 1pm - 7pm but please call ahead 770-403-7018, as picking is by appointment only.

Blackberries, blueberries, and muscadine grapes are available to be picked during their season:

Blueberries and Blackberries - Late May to July 15 (approx.)

Muscadines grapes - August 15 - September 15 (approx.)

Products we sell

  • Fresh Blueberries (late May thru July)
  • Fresh Muscadine Grapes (Aug-Sept)
  • Fresh Blackberries (May - Aug)
  • Frozen Blueberries
  • Blueberry Preserves
  • Blueberry Syrup
  • Blueberry Muffins
  • Blueberry Lemonade
  • What to know before you go

  • Covid-19 protocols:
    • don’t come if you or anyone in your family is feeling sick or have been in contact with anyone who has has Covid-19
    • hand sanitizer available in the restroom)
  • Wear closed toed shoes – no sandals
  • Restrooms are available.
  • Refreshments can be purchased.
  • Children must be supervised at all times.
  • Bring containers or bags to take your fruit
  • Fruit sold by volume/weight at market rate
  • Check out an essay and portrait about Hemi Blueberry farm here

    More about the farm

    Hector Buitrago Planting at the farm