Pick-Your-Own Daily Update

Pick-Your-Own will be open on Thursday, July 18th from 8:00a.m. – 3:30p.m.
*NOTE – on days that are above 90 degrees, we will likely close PYO at 1:00*

Please note our new policy: ALL types of bags (except diaper bags) are now prohibited in the Pick-Your-Own Fields. Thank you for your understanding.

Weaver Road Entrance – Gate 2 for all Pick-Your-Own!

Raspberries – Yellow, Orange, Red & Black Raspberries are open with limited picking

  • Pint $8, Quart $14

Blueberries

  • Quart $11, Bucket $46. Buy two quarts or buckets, get the third (same size) FREE!

Blackberries – Ouitchia and Ponca varieties available

  • Quart $11.00, Bucket $46

Peaches & Nectarines – Sugar May (white) peaches & Sentry & Silvergen (yellow) peaches are available. Jade & Silver Gem (white) nectarines available and EasternGlo & Avalon (yellow) nectarines available.

  • Bucket (approx. 7 lbs) $18, Peck Box $29, 1/2 Bushel Box $45

Donut Nectarines – donut Nectarines available.

  • Quart $8, Bucket $2

PYO Rewards CardPurchase a PYO Rewards Card for $10 to receive 10% off ANY crop ANYTIME you come back to pick for entire 2024 season! Must be purchased up in PYO.

Coming Soon….

Approximate Crop Ripening dates:

  • Freestone peaches: Approx. July 18
  • Yellow Nectarines –   Approx. July 12/13
  • Sunflowers – August
  • Apples – mid July through October
  • Honeycrisp apples – early August  
  • Pears – mid August

Finished/Not Available….

Crops that are finished for the season:

  • Jubileum Cherries – finished
  • Sweet Cherries – finished
  • Sour (Montmorency) Cherries – finished
  • Apricots – not available
  • Sugar Plums – finished
  • Strawberries – finished

Plums

Pricing


Quart – $9
5qt Bucket – $39

Season

See above for daily updates.

Picking Tips:

  • Look for mostly red plums to pick. They will ripen rapidly after picking, though, so a little green in the background will not be a problem.
  • Larger plums are riper.
  • Sugar plums grow in clusters, so carefully select the plum you want and avoid picking a whole cluster.
  • Pick them into a container no more than 10-inches deep, to avoid crushing the fruit.

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