Welcome to our
Wild Blueberry Farm

Alexander’s Wild Maine Blueberries is a family-owned wild low bush blueberry farm in Greenfield, Maine, located off Route 2 between Bangor and Lincoln.

 - Most popular are the blueberries we cleanly winnow (dry process), and pack in convenient 10 lb. boxes, available fresh during the harvest and frozen while supplies last.

 - Many of our customers enjoy handpicking the large clusters of low bush wild blueberries in our U-Pick fields.

How many things taste incredibly good, and are good for you?  Maine's native low bush wild blueberries are packed with intense flavor and very high levels of antioxidants.  

Unlike the cultivated high bush blueberry, Maine low bush wild blueberries burst with a sweet and tangy flavor—a wonderful delicacy freshly picked or pulled from the freezer for your favorite recipes.  Whether fresh or frozen, wild Maine blueberries are a tasty treat with superior nutritional value.


Ordering Information

Click here to order your 10 lb. boxes, sold both fresh and frozen.



Alexander's Wild Maine Blueberries

     There's NOTHING Like a Wild Maine Blueberry

The bad news is, August 20 was our last day for purchasing fresh blueberries in the 10lb. boxes.  But the GOOD NEWS is, we still have FROZEN BLUEBERRIES and you can purchase them through August 27.  Click on the Contact Us tab above and send us a message to confirm availability, or call us at 570-7500.  They freeze beautifully and last all winter for blueberry pies, blueberry pancakes, blueberry sauces, blueberry everything!

U-Pick Field

The U-Pick field is now closed.

It's been a good season, and truly one of the best parts is seeing so many familiar faces, catching up with old friends, and making new ones.  My favorite new friend is a spunky senior named Ilga who drove by herself from Alexandria, Virginia to experience Maine for a weekend. Our farm was one of her planned stops.  She landed here on a Saturday morning in her bright yellow car for four boxes of blueberries.  Before leaving she pulled out her map and with sparkly eyes asked the best way to get to Milbridge.  I smiled all day thinking about her adventurous spirit.  And I hope to see her again some day.

To the rest of you, THANK YOU for your continued support of our farm.  We are grateful.

Jimmy and Denise Alexander