Blueberry Picking Pick your own blueberries will start July 28th through mid-August in 2020. The price is $2.29 per pound which includes the use of our bucket and a bag to take them home. You may also bring your own containers which we will weigh.
Sunflower Cutting Starting July 28th, 2020, come enjoy the Sunflower Harvest! Take your photo with blooming sunflowers and for only $10 you can borrow pruners and a plastic half gallon jug to cut and take home six sunflowers. You can bring your own pruners and bucket to cut flowers into. Available Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9-6pm, Sunday 11-6pm while flowers remain. Normally, this will last through mid-August.
Peach Picking U-pick and pre-picked peaches will start in early August of 2020. Prices are NOT yet set for 2020. In 2019, our prices were $25.99 per 1/2 bushel (25 pounds) or $1.99 per pound inside the market for conventional peaches. We have planted a new organic peach orchard that will allow us to offer more pick your own peaches in a few years. Organic peaches are $19.99 per peck or $2.99 per pound at the farm. Peach season is August through early September. Frozen peaches are available in the farm market August through November.
Apple Picking is $14 per 1/2 bushel is available now through early November. We will provide you a tote bag to pick into. If you want to divide up the apples among friends, then you may do so with plastic bags after passing through the check out area. We have pre-picked apples as well. Click on the above link to see what apples are available this week.
Pumpkin Picking is $0.39 per pound for Jack-o-Lantern pumpkins, $0.75 for gourds & mini pumpkins, $2.50 each for small pie pumpkins, and $4 each per white, warty, or multicolored pumpkin (not orange). You may pick pumpkins in September and October. The farther you walk into the patch the more selection that you will find. We have pre-picked pumpkins as well all for the same price.
TIP: You may bring your own little wagon to pull around the farm. We do provide some, but they may all be in use on a sunny Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
COVID Plan: We are following all Executive Orders. Masks are not required while you are socially distanced outside in the orchard or patch. We will assign row numbers for each family & group to give everyone plenty of space on our 213 acre farm. Masks are worn indoors by everyone over the age of five and can medically tolerate it. We will be sanitizing buckets, grocery carts, and golf carts. New this year we are offering a preorder, online drive thru service. Please read signs and ask questions when you arrive.
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