Sunday June 12 closed

We are open today, Saturday June 11, for strawberry picking from 9-noon. We will be closed Sunday June 12 and will re-open Wednesday June 15 at 9 am.

2022 Strawberry picking

Our 2022 picking season is finally here! Strawberry picking will begin Wednesday June 8 from 9-12 noon. Check back for the rest of the strawberry schedule which is based on volume of ripe fruit. Raspberries expected the end of June followed by blueberries and blackberries mid-July.

Final Weekend for the 2021 Season

This is the final weekend for our 2021 season. Plenty of raspberries available for picking. Vegetables available in the farmstand, flowers and herbs available for cutting. We are open Saturday, Sept 11 from 8:30-5 and Sunday, Sept 12 from 9-5. If we miss you this weekend we will look forward to seeing you for strawberry season next June.

First Week of September

We closed today, Wednesday at 3 pm, due to heavy rain. We will open Thursday at 10 am, close at 7pm. Friday September 3rd we will be CLOSED.

For Labor Day Weekend, we will be open Saturday 8:30-5, Sunday 9-5, Monday (labor Day) 9-12 noon.

We are picking red and blush raspberries, flowers and herbs. In our farmstand we have winter squash, potatoes, onions and more. Hope to see you at the farm this holiday weekend!

Thursday & Friday August 12 & 13

Due to the excessive heat and humidity expected for Thursday and Friday, and because our farmstand is not air conditioned, we are opening at 9 am and closing at 1 pm both days. We will resume regular hours on Saturday August 14.

Pickle Time

Time to make pickles. Never made them? This is a good time to try it – it’s very simple and the result is delicious. Plus they will last so you’ll be able to enjoy them all winter. We have pickling cucumbers available in the farmstand. Come on in and enjoy a day at the farm.

Weekend Picking is Abundant

This weekend we are picking blueberries (plants are loaded with ripe berries); red, blush, black and purple raspberries (yes, those plants are loaded with ripe berries as well); and blackberries (big & delicious). See you in the field ?