Just one mile from I-75 you will find berries nestled in the Weaver's backyard in Jackson, Georgia.
The farm opened its Pick Your Own Berry operation in 2008 and has ripe and ready to eat blueberries, blackberries and raspberries.
Eighty-five-year-old Betty Stonecipher, a resident of Jackson, says she's been picking berries for as long as she can remember.
Stonecipher says "I'm going to make a blueberry pie or maybe a blueberry buckle i'm not sure."
This berryland has more to offer than just fruit. Chickens, roosters and turkeys also call the farm home.
Carolyn Weaver, co-owner of the farm, says its all about the farm experience.
Frank Weaver, owner of the farm, grew up on the property and moved back after his retirement. He says the berries have come in early this year because of the warmer weather.
"The way it's looking right now, as fast as they're ripening, actually what we're telling people, we've got berries there, and you better come pick them because we don't know how long they're going to last." says Weaver.
The Weavers don't use pesticides or fungicides on their crops, so when you pick them you can eat them.
If you don't want to brave the heat, you can buy the berries already picked at the farm.
For more information on the Weaver Berryland Farm visit their website at http://www.weaversberrylandfarm.com/index.html.