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U-pick blueberries. Containers supplied for picking and transferred to bags at checkout. Your own containers are welcome. Wide selection of blueberry varieties, in clean fields with plentiful picking. You are welcome to call ahead to check on the varieties available and picking conditions. We accept cash and checks.

Products and Services : blueberries
Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

Food stamps ok. Berries, all orchard fruits, salad veggies, super sweet corn, beans, potatoes, all cole crops, kraut cabbage, many varieties squash & apples, tomatoes, peppers, pickling cukes, dill, everything for your pickles incl. recipes. Some u-pick flowers, toms, call for avail.

Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

2015 season  Ends August 15 th


Hours: 7.00 am till 4:00pm, Mon-Sat. 


closed Sunday 


Bring containers.


Price per pound is $1.00


Location is:
Don Smith Tree Farm & Blueberries
22530 S. Stormer Rd
Estacada, OR  97023
503-668-5552


503-347-3101


we still have berries but we are going to a self serve 

Products and Services : blueberries
Tri-County Portland Oregon Area Farms Guide

U-pick and farm fresh fruits & vegetables. Two acres of u-cut flowers. Fall pumpkin patch. School tours. Strawberries, raspberries, marionberries, boysenberries, blueberries, corn, beans, pumpkins, tomatoes, herbs, cucumbers, peppers & u-cut flowers.

Berries

Come and spend part of your day with us! Our farm stand is full of fresh wholesome berries and vegetables, all direct from our own fields. U-pickers and children are welcome in the berry fields. Close and easy to find. Summer & fall raspberries, boysenberries, black raspberries, marionberries, loganberries, tayberries, thornless blackberries, gooseberries, red & black currants, rhubarb, tomatoes, cucumbers, and more.

U-pick or picked: strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, boysenberries, marionberries; Gravenstein, Macintosh, Melrose apples; peaches, pickles, tomatoes, beans, pumpkins, Concord grapes. Fresh picked: sweet corn, cherries, cots, pears, country crafts and more. Call for availability

Ready picked. No u-pick. Apples: Gravenstein, Gala, Honeycrisp, Jonagold, Mutsu, Melrose, Criterion, and Braeburn. Asian pears, elephant garlic, shallots, decorative gourds, and carving pumpkins also. Visit our self-service stand with already-picked apples in 5, 10, 20-lb bags and 40-lb boxes.

Farm fresh ready picked produce. Basil, beans, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, sweet corn, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, leeks, shallots, lettuce, onions, peppers, parsnip, potatoes (red, yellow, white), pumpkins, rutabagas, tomatoes, turnips, winter squash (5 varieties), zucchini, chestnuts, nuts, popcorn, holiday fruit baskets, honey, fruit and more.

Lavender in bloom at Sauvie Island Lavender Farm

At Sauvie Island Lavender Farm, we currently have around 1,800 lavender plants in our fields. The farm open to the public for u-cut has around 800 plants and more than 14 varieties to choose from. We also have fresh cut and dried bundles of lavender and bulk dried lavender buds. We are well known for our hand-crafted lavender farm products. We make everything from sachets to massage oils, bubble bath to lotions, and teas to lavender sugar out of our wonderful lavender. U-Pick mulberries, yellow plums and grapes available when ripe and ready.

We are a 5th-generation farm that grows a variety of berries, pears, apples, corn, tomatoes and other produce, local eggs and honey. Our CSA program runs for 20 weeks starting in June. Located north of Hwy 26 off exit 65.

Products and Services : corn, eggs, apples, honey, Berries, pears, tomatoes

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