google map link: 7228 Skipley Rd. Snohomish 98290
Contact John at 425-443-1547 / Gil at 206-679-6576
7 1/2 acres of fruit. You-pick, organic (non-certified) tree, bush & vine fruit farm. A place for education-Classes-; Edible plant Nursery-especially apple trees-; and Landscape Designs – Borealis Landscape & Design, Inc.-We design and install landscapes/ permaculture implementation, as well as maintain flourishing gardens.
Skipley Farm is in Snohomish WA, 30 minutes North of Seattle just east of Everett off Hiway 2. During the PYO season check availability and updates at Facebook or a call to John 425-443-1547 or Gil at 206-679-6576 . Our address is 7228 Skipley Rd. Snohomish 98290. Parking is in front – pull in, turn right off driveway. Please respect the resident’s in the farmhouse.
As of 2019, we have 280 varieties of apples (2000 dwarf trees), a nursery of the best that grows here, a dozen different Seedless Grapes(300), a field of Blueberries(1 acre), 20 Cherry, 30 Pear, 15 plum varieties, plantings of Kiwi, Blackberry, Black Currant, Gooseberries, Jostaberries, white strawberry and a full nursery of the best that we grow here in Western Washington.
Of lesser-known fruit you may pick Serviceberry from our 300 trees, Aronia, Autumn Olive, Thimbleberry, Elderberry, Cranberry. In future years expect Fig, Shipova, more strawberries and even more apple varieties like Calville Blanc.
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Pick your own Fruit, Snohomish, Seattle, Apples. Blueberries, Raspberries, Cherries, Grapes, Gooseberries, Currants, Jostaberries, , Aronia, Pear, Kiwi Open M, W. F. Sat Sun
An organic upick fruit farm, nursery, with education and entertainment for a family destination. Apples, grapes, berries of all types. Year-round availability.
Nursery plants for your garden or mini-farm, Retail and Wholesale. Work on Mondays! Come out and help on the farm, chores are a-plenty. A Picnic spot in the grass or among the nursery plants Eco projects: Rocket Mass heaters, Aquaponics and solar hot water…
June 27-July 14: Currants, Gooseberry, Raspberry- July 4-21: Cherry July 11 to Aug. 4: Blueberry July 18-September:Blackberry July 25-Nov. 3: Apples begin with Lodi, Gravenstein, William’s Pride, Redfree August 22-October 27:Grapes begin with Interlaken, then Jupiter, Reliance, Einset
“Bench Grafts”: the term used when propagating at-the-bench versus in-the-field. It’s usually a warm dry environment, and practiced in the ‘off-season’. When I can, I get started in January but I typically don’t because the rootstock-that what I graft to-is not available until March,…