SNOW, FROST, COOL WEATHER, RAIN & BIRDS HAVE MADE GROWING CHERRIES THIS YEAR A BIG CHALLENGE. OUR CROP OF CHERRIES IS 20% OF A NORMAL CROP. WE WILL ATTEMPT A U-PICK ON RED CHERRIES BEGINNING FRIDAY JULY 1ST.

1. U-PICK BING CHERRIES WILL BEGIN

FRIDAY JULY 1ST.

2. THE CROP IS VERY LIGHT (NOT MANY

CHERRIES ON THE TREES)

3. NO CORAL CHAMPAGNE CHERRIES FOR

U-PICK.

4. RAINIER U-PICK (if available) will

begin aproximately July 7th.

5. WATCH THIS SITE CLOSELY FOR

CHANGES TO HARVEST DATES AND U-

PICK AVAILABILITY.


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THIS PICTURE IS SNOW ON CHERRY BLOSSOM.
 
Remember the weekends are very busy. Come during the week for a more relaxed U-pick experience.

Last Year U-pick timings.
 Fruit availability varies daily depending on how many people come and pick.


Cherries------Late June - Early July Gone for 2021

Regular Red Haven Peach---- Late July Gone for 2021
Red Globe Peaches - Gone for the season.
Elberta Peaches--August 27th---Gone for the season
Elegant Lady Peach-- August 27th, Gone for the season.
Hale Peach --- August 28th---Gone for the Season.
Gala apples- Gone for the season.
Angelus (big) peaches September 9th--- Gone for the Season.
Red Gold Nectarines- August 18th---Gone for the season
Pluots-- September 3rd, Dapple Dandy & Flavor Grenade gone for the season
Fuji & Golden Delicious Apples- September 9th
Bartlett Pears- August 21st -Gone for the season
Asian Pear -- September 3rd- Gone for the season.
Seedless Table Grapes - September 3rd--- Gone for the season.

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