From I-295:

Take Normandy blvd (228)

west 1.5 miles past Diamond D Ranch. 

Turn left on Mcclelland Road

(turns to dirt), turn right at stop sign

onto Long branch Road (another dirt road) go 1/3 of a mile until you see our mailbox 5571 and the Blu By U sign on the left.  Take a left  down the private dirt road and go through the tall gates with the Blu By U sign above them.  Make a right turn and follow the signs to the parking area.

As a farm, we are constantly seeking efficiency within our work. We have a fully coordinated irrigation system running to all of our blueberry bushes, as well as a new aquaponics system. We are finding ways to become more efficient every day, including our ways of fertilizer spreading.

our Crops

Starting out as just a bunch of blueberries, we are striving to do more and more at the farm, we now have 2 Jerusalem Donkey's, the male is "Dasher" and the female is "Dancer".  Plenty of chickens a few ducks, and several goats you will be able to see when you come out to the farm.  We also have "Maggie's Butterfly Garden," which is a must visit.

From Middleburg:

Take CR 218 West to CR 217,

turn right on Long Branch

Road (which is a dirt road) until

you see our mailbox 5571 and the

Blu By U sign on the right.  Take a right down the private dirt road and go through the tall gates with the Blu By U sign above them.  Make a right turn and follow the signs to the parking area.

our innovations

Our Location

Blu By U was established in 2016. We are family owned and operated. Due to the hard work of Matt, Tom, and the family and friends of each, we are vastly growing every day.

Come on out to see it!

our Animals

Saturday's: 9 AM - 6 PM

Tuesday's: 9 AM - 1 PM

Thursday's: 9 AM - 1 PM

our team

Most GPS' should bring you right to our mailbox at:

5571 Long Branch Road

Jacksonville, FL 32234

Operating Hours

(Ending May 25, 2019)

At Blu By U, we are mainly focused on blueberries, however, we will be installing a hydroponics system to be able to house 5,000 strawberry plants that should produce in Spring 2020.

Blu by U is not seeking organic status, but we use natural growing methods.