Perryhill Farm U-Pick blueberries, peaches, raspberries, cherries and apples

 

Open for U-Pick Blueberries and Raspberries

 

We are closed Saturday's after 1PM otherwise 8AM to dusk everyday. Please make note, thanks.

 

Also remember that we do not allow dogs on the property, so please leave fiddo at home.

 

 

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Blueberries- Open for U-Pick. Berkley, Blue Ray, Spartan, Patriot's and Darrow are ripe. This heat will continue to ripen alot of berries and make picking very easy.-Updated 6-30-15

 

Raspberries- Open for U-Pick. We are in the middle of the season with our Cascade Delight's and first flush of Yellow Annie's are now ripe. The picking should remain good for at least the coming week.- Updated 6-30-15

 

Peaches- We have a good set on most varieties this year and are expecting a very nice crop. They will be very early this year starting mid-July, but check back for updates -Updated 6-25-15

 

Cherries-We are sold out of cherries, we had a lot of people this morning and they went quick. Hopefully we will have an even bigger crop next year. Thank you everyone for your business.-Updated 6-26-15

 

Apples- The crop is looking very nice, we expect to open around mid Sept. for Gala. -Updated 6-1-15

 

Asian Pears- The season should start with Hosui in early to mid Sept.- Updated 6-1-15

 

We are looking forward to a very good crop on most fruit varieties this year

Expected 2015 picking seasons and prices:

Blueberries Late June to early Sept. $1.00/lb
Raspberries Late June to mid July. $1.50/lb
Peaches Late July. to early Sept.

$1.00/lb

$0.80 100+lbs

Apples Mid. Sept. to Late Oct.

TBA

Cherries Late June to mid. July $1.50/lb

 

During the season we are open 8AM to dusk 7-days a week except Saturday after 1PM, unless rain or lack of crop forces a field closure.

 

Things to Know

-Bring your own containers

-Weigh containers before picking

-Pick, return to stand and pay when done

-No ladders required, all fruit within easy reach

-See FAQ and links above for more information