Pick-Your-Own Daily Update

Pick-Your-Own will be open Wednesday, June 19th from 8:00a.m.-1:00p.m. due to the extreme heat.
Extreme Heat Policy is likely to be in effect all week with PYO closing at 1:00p.m. Come cool off in our market after picking!

Raspberries – we will be picking Red Prelude, Gold & Orange varieties, NIWOT Black Raspberries.

  • Pint $8.00, Quart $14.00

Cherries – we will be picking Dark Sweet Cherries, Yellow (Rainier) Sweet Cherries, Jubileeum Tart varieties, and Montmorency Sour Cherries today.

  • Sweet cherries: Quart $12.00, Bucket $49.00
  • Semi Sweet Jubileum: Quart $12.00, Bucket $49.00
  • Montmorency Sour Cherries: Quart $9, Bucket $36

Blueberries – we will be picking Duke variety today.

  • Quart $11.00, Bucket $46.00

*NOTE – on days that are above 90 degrees, we will likely close PYO at 1:00*

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:

  • Blackberries – Approx. June 28
  • Plums – July
  • Peaches/Nectarines – mid July
  • Apples – August thru October
  • Kiwi berries – mid September
  • Pumpkins – late September

PYO Hours:
Monday-Thursday and Saturday: 8:00a.m.-3:30p.m.
Friday: 8:00a.m.-5:30p.m.
Closed Sundays

Strawberries

Our strawberries are planted on raised, plastic-lined beds with plenty of straw in between the rows to keep you and your kids from getting muddy. (Although we can’t guarantee you’ll be totally mud-free!)

Pricing

Purchase a Pick-Your-Own Rewards Card during your next picking visit for only $10! Use your rewards to receive 10% off ANY crop ANY time you pick!

Quart: $7.50

5qt Bucket: $34.00

3+ 5qt Buckets: $32.00 ea.

Season

Strawberries are opening Saturday (May 25th)!

Picking Tips

  • Avoid pale red berries and berries with green tips.  Strawberries will not ripen after you pick them!
  • Pick all the ripe berries, big and small.  Smaller berries are often sweeter.  Sweetness also depends on the variety.
  • When picking, be sure the cap, or green top, remains on the strawberry by pinching the stem of the berry between your thumb and forefinger.

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