There are more than 10 varieties of blueberries. Each variety has a different ripening time starting in early July and ending in August. The varieties are planted in rows, from front to back, and sections 1 through 5.
To pick the ripe Blueberries, find the ones that nearly fall off into your hand.
The all-over “blue” berries will be sweeter.
Late in the season you will find more to pick under branches and toward the middle of the bush.
Raspberries are in very short supply this year. You may find a few.
We do not allow dogs in the berries.
Price for PYO blueberries is $8.00 per quart.
You can pay for your berries with cash, check or card.
10 responses to “BLUEBERRIES- GONE FOR 2022”
I am looking for information on the Gravenstein Apples and when would they be available .
Gravenstein are an early apple, ready in late August. We sell them during Blueberry season and into apple season. We will still have them this week & maybe for a short time longer. Please ask for them as they are no longer on display. They do make excellent apple pies.
I would love to come!! I need a complete address and directions
Hi, please check The “Hours and More info” tab at the top of the web page, right next to the “Home” tab. Just click and it will tell you everything!
Hi, Do you have pick your own raspberries right now? I’m looking to go this week, but some farms websites say July and September for raspberries. Your site mentions there are raspberries at the beginning of the week… just wanted to confirm before we head over. Thanks, Molly
Hi, I sorry to say we have come to the end of raspberry picking for this year. You may find some fall bearing raspberries at other farms in late August.
Do you allow well-behaved dogs to accompany their owners for blueberry and raspberry picking?
Of course all dogs are well behaved, but for blueberries, no dogs. Too many low hanging berries!
What do you have available now for picking?
Check this link for up to date info! http://doeorchards.com