What’s at the farm?

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 collection

Our new 2000 sq. ft. poly-house where we experiment with all kinds of things

Animals include Chickens and goats. Used for eggs dairy and, yes we eat our fuzzy creatures too. You can get up close and pet the creatures, feed them and happily have them follow you around the orchard. They love blueberries as much as people so we ask that you shoo them away before heading to the blueberry field.

As for Pick-Your-Own We have primarily fruit: Season begins with Black Currants Mid June, Gooseberries and Early Blueberries mid July, Main crop Blueberries are in August followed by the early apples like Gravenstein, William’s Pride and Lodi. At this season you will also find Tulameen Raspberries and Jostaberries (black currant x gooseberry), Blackberries, and their hybrids-Boysenberry, Tayberry and Marionberry, Elderberry comes in early September along with Aronia. The September month brings on the mid-season apples like Honeycrisp, Zestar, Sansa, Elstar, Alkmene, Ellisons Orange, Mother, Kidd’s, Karmijn de Sonneville. Late September into October begin the keepers like Liberty, Fiesta, Macoun, Spartan, Early Fugi, Jonagold, Melrose. Some of our latest varieties are Fortune, Belle de Boskoop, Golden Russet, Ashmead’s Kernal and Suncrisp, Roxbury Russet. Late October-Kiwi! grapes and Autumn Olive.

Every year we make an effort to grow some vegetables like pumpkins and squash, cucumbers, chard, lettuce and kale, carrots or beets which you can find past the blueberry field to the west and on the shoulders of the Pear Orchard.

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