Crop update for September 23, red and black raspberries are limited this weekend, tomatoes look to be in good supply, peppers are on the small side and beans are done for the year.
Posted September 19th
Crop, price and anticipated farm closing date.
Red and black raspberries are in good supply.
Tomatoes, peppers and eggplant are also in good supply. I’m thinking the beans are getting a little old on the plants.
I’ve further reduced the price on tomatoes and peppers. Quality sunflowers are available.
I’m thinking the farm will close for the year on October 1st.
Crop, pricing and farm schedule update for Sept. 5th
Red and black raspberries are in good supply. Tomatoes, peppers and beans are plentiful. Barely any blackberries left for picking.
Picture of lower pricing for vegetables attached. If you bring your own baskets for the tomatoes subtract a 1/2 lb. for a peck basket and 1 lb. for a half bushel basket when you way them.
Farm will be closed on Saturday September 9th and reopen on Sunday plus be open Monday and Tuesday that week.
Raspberry and farm schedule update, Sept 1.
Red raspberries are on the low side of ok for quantity (if you are wanting just a quart or two it should be ok). Black raspberries are limited in quantity for the next few days.
The farm needs to be closed next Saturday Sept. 9th. Re-opening Sunday Sept.10th and will also be open Monday Sept 11th and Tuesday Sept 12th. Then returning to my normal schedule.
update for August 31st.
the farm needs to be closed Saturday September 9. Will reopen Sunday the 10th will also be open Monday and Tuesday along with the rest of the week. Will return to normal schedule the following week.
Red and black raspberries are in good supply.
Bulk pricing has started.
Green beans 10 or more lbs 75 cents per lb.
Tomatoes over 10 lbs 85 cents per lb, over 20 lbs 65 cents per lb.
crop update for August 22
Red and black raspberries have started producing but it won’t be a lot for the next several days. The picture for the red is above average for the row. My guess is the morning crowd will get them all.
Blackberries are available but limited.
Peppers are large and beautiful.
Tomatoes continue to get more plentiful. The best slicing tomatoes are hidden in the bottoms of the plants.
Beans are plentiful. The Asian eggplants need a few days to size up. Some zucchini are available but no more cucumbers this year.
I will be few days before more sunflowers bloom.
Crop update August 19th.
Blueberries are done for the year. Thank you to everyone that picked them this year.
Raspberries and blackberries are in very limited supply. Fall red raspberries may start as soon as next weekend.
Garden vegetables are in good supply
Crop and price reduction update August 18th.
This is the last weekend for blueberries, price reduced to $1.25 a lb.
I have more honey at the farm. It’s mixed blossom. It’s priced less then the blueberry blossom honey was.
Peppers, tomatoes and green beans are plentiful.
Beans and tomatoes are now down to a $1.25 lb. Bell, Cubanelle and block peppers are now 50 cents each.
Very limited amount of blackberries and raspberries.
crop update August 15th,
last week for blueberries now just $1.75 per lb.
Red raspberries won’t be available for about two weeks.
Tomatoes, beans and peppers are plentiful.
Crop update for August 1st.
Blueberries are still plentiful in at least half the rows.
Red raspberries are available and still large ,plus a few of the Imera fall ones have started to ripen.
Sunflowers are now 2 free for each person visiting the farm and additional ones are very reasonable priced. Rows next to the red raspberries have blossomed.
Tomatoes are moving along, you should be able to find yellow and red cherry, early girl and a few Villa plums available.
Green beans are only available in the row that was picked last week. I have other rows with flowers on them but no beans.
There should be some Asian eggplant and zucchini available.
Peppers are really starting to size up.
Blackberries are painfully slow to ripen, as soon as I see some ripen I’ll let you know.
Crop update July 29th.,
Blueberries are big, plentiful and easy picking.
Cherry tomatoes have started and a few early girls are available.
Blackberries look like they will start late next week.
Red raspberries are very limited, only two rows have more berries to ripen next week then the summer crop will be done.
Black raspberries are done for the summer.
Green beans are limited until the next row start to produce in a week or so.
Peppers look to be in good supply and size.
Sorry no pictures for this post.
Weekend crop update posted July 21st,
Blueberries and red raspberries are plentiful.
Black raspberries are better then expected for it being this late in there season. Still worth picking.
No tomatoes yet.
Zucchini and peppers are available.
Farm hours on Saturday are changing,
Closed Mon. Tues.
Wed. Thur. Fri. Still 8 to 8
Saturday 8 to 6
Sunday 8 to 3
Weekend crop update, posted July 14.
Red and black raspberries are plentiful and easy picking.
Blueberries are plentiful enough to be open both Saturday and Sunday.
Blueberry update July 6th.
I’m adding a day to the schedule this week. The field will be open tomorrow July 7th and the original posted day of Sunday July 9th. All this adverse weather has me nervous that the blueberries might start cracking if I hold off until Sunday. I looks like there should be enough for both days.
Raspberries are $5.50 a quart, same price as the last 3 years.
Blueberries are $3 lb.
The scale is new this year.
Crop update posted July 6th.
Both red and black raspberries are are plentiful and easy to pick this week.
The next open day for blueberry picking will be Sunday July 9th.
We're a U-pick berry and vegetable farm. We grow red and black raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, tomatoes, peppers, beans, zucchini, cucumbers and flowers.
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays, and occasionally to allow fruit to ripen or some other rare event. If your driving from some distance check Facebook before you come to pick.