Closed Sunday, July 5th. Please check back for picking schedule for the rest of the week.
Schedule based on prior picking, weather, ripening, and crop load. We’ll update as soon as we can!
Please note that this year’s crop was reduced by several late frosts this spring. There will not be many “pluck berries by the handful” moments as in years past, but there are definitely berries to be had.
We also very much appreciate those of you who have already come to pick and have followed the Covid-19 protocols. We want you to enjoy your time here while maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all of us.
Just FYI: No pesticides, fungicides, anything-cides on our plants or berries. That’s why picking “local” is awesome.
Blueberries are $2.75 per pound plus 2.5% VA sales tax. A pint of blueberries is about three-quarters (3/4ths) of a pound. Cash, check, or tap/swipe card reader (please observe our $15 minimum).
Please read carefully the new berry patch instructions on Home page and Covid-19 page as we implement sanitation and logistical protocols.
- Bring a cooler if you’re going to be doing anything other than heading home. We want your blueberries to have the longest possible shelf-life.
- Blueberries are simple to freeze – just be sure they are dry, and plop them into a freezer baggie or container. That’s it. Since we don’t use any sprays, there’s really no need to wash them. But if you do, be sure to let them dry. Damp berries spoil much faster than dry ones.
- No dogs, thanks! We’ve already got some :).