Perryhill Farm U-Pick blueberries, peaches, cherries and apples
Open for U-Pick Cherries and Blueberries. We will be open till dark this Saturday the 25th.
Also remember that we do not allow dogs on the property, so please leave fiddo at home.
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Cherries- Open for U-Pick. Cherries are in full swing now. The next week or so will be the best picking of the season with the most selection and tons of fruit. The trees are all short and no ladders are required. Currently the Bing, Van, Sandra Rose and Rainier are ripe. Attika will ripen soon. Make sure to head down the row from the parking area. The first few trees may be picked out while farther up they haven't been touched. -Updated 6-24-16
Blueberries- Open for U-Pick. Right now early blue, Spartans and Patriot's are ripe. Berkley and Blueray are just starting. The warm weather will help ripen more and we will transition to our mid-season varieties this coming week.-Updated 6-24-16
Raspberries- Unfortunately, the field was getting old and declining, so we decided to pull it out instead of offering a sub-standard picking experience. At this point we do not know if we will be replanting, but we will not have U-Pick raspberries this year.-Updated 5-19-16
Peaches- We are expecting a good crop this year, though our early varieties may be a little light. It is a very early year and we are expecting to open sometime in mid to late July.-Updated 5-19-16
Apples- We will start with Gala apples sometime in mid-Sept.- Updated 5-19-16
Asian Pears- The Hosui will start the season sometime in early Sept.- Updated 5-19-16
We are looking forward to a very good crop on most fruit varieties this year
2016 picking seasons and prices:
|Blueberries||Late June to early Sept.||$1.00/lb|
|Cherries||Mid June to mid. July||
|Peaches||Late July. to early Sept.||
$1.00/lb, $0.80 100+ lbs
|Apples||Mid. Sept. to Late Oct.||
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