U-PICK OPENS MID-JULY
Refer to our plant variety chart to see the varieties that we sell.
In order to produce fruit, blueberry plants require a minimum number of hours at a temperature below 45 degrees F. Southern Highbush blueberry plants need only 300-500 hours, while Northern Highbush blueberry plants need at least 900 hours below 45 degrees.
Chandler and Darrow are the largest berries we grow.
Earliblue, Toro and Jersey are the sweetest berries we grow.
No. However two plants of a different variety which bloom partly at the same time will produce a larger number of berries. For example, an early- and a mid-ripening plant, or a mid- and a late-ripening plant growing near each other will maximize your yield.
We include a step-by-step instruction sheet on how to plant blueberries with your plant order. Please also see read this.
Shipping charges depend on the destination zone, and are calculated automatically on our shopping cart page after you provide your destinaton state and zip code. You will have the opportunity to see the shipping charges before checking out and submitting your order. If you change your mind, you may cancel your order before submitting it.
No, we only ship blueberry plants in the continental US and Alaska, due to the certification required by the USDA, outside of the 49 states.
We sell plants online and on-site by appointment from February 1 through October 31. We also sell plants on-site at the farm when we are open for u-picking during the harvest season from early or mid-July through late August.
5628 Grandview Road Arlington, Washington 98223. Get directions and map.