Morning Shade Farm and Berry Nursery

Morning Shade Farm is open for orchard and vegetable u-pick and plant sales Saturday from 9 to 4.  Next Saturday Sept 5th we will have organically grown Apples (HoneyCrisp, Jonagold, Jonathon, Cox Pippin, Spitzenberg, Harel Red), Pears (Bartlet, Warren), Asian pears (Shinseiki, 20th Century, Chojuro, Shinko), and Plums (Italian, Stanley). All orchard fruit is $1/lb u-pick or $1.40/lb already picked at the stand.  In the garden we have organically grown kale and chard (10 stems for $1 u-pick), tomatoes (canning, slicing and cherry for $1.20/lb u-pick or $1.40 we pick), several varieties of summer and fall squash ($0.80/lb) and cooking pumpkins ($0.35/lb) for u-pick.  In a few weeks we will start our u-pick hardy kiwis and other apple varieties.  We also have Raw Honey for $8/pint or $16/quart available at the stand. 

Morning Shade Farm is located in a peaceful and pictorial setting on 80 acres of berries, orchard, and forested land back off the main road.  We are located about 25 miles south of Portland Oregon. We have a few picnic tables available for a picnic lunch or snack. We use integrated pest management, mulching, and fertility monitoring to minimize our use of chemicals. Our irrigation is completely solar powered. Our U-pick vegetables and orchard fruit are all organically grown and we use only organic chemicals or ones derived from natural substances sprayed directly on our u-pick berries. We do use some inorganic fertilizers and very limited weed control on the ground in the rows between our blueberry bushes.

Please remember to bring a check or cash because we are not able to accept credit/debit cards. We have 2 gallon buckets here for you to use lined with plastic bags you can take or you can bring your own containers.  We also have cardboard flat boxes that we sell at cost: $1 per flat box and additional $1 for 12 hallocks. Sorry, DOGS are not allowed in the fields due to Deptartment of Agriculture sanitation rules. On the farm we have flush toilets.  We have water available to refill bottles but please bring your own water bottles.

Our Nursery is currently open Saturdays and by appointment for a large selection of blueberry and other berry plants in 1, 3, and 7 gallon containers. Call 503-730-4788 for nursery sales.  BLUEBERRY Plants curently for sale - 26 varieties - in one gallon, three gallon, and seven gallon pots and very large field grown bare root. The plants we sell are high quality, healthy, vigorous plants, some varieties are only availbe in certain sizes- please call or email for availabilty. Earliblue, Duke, Reka, Sierra, Olympia, Blueray, Toro, Bluegold, Draper, Bluecrop, Nelson, Jersey, Chandler, Brigitta, Darrow, Legacy, Liberty, Elliot, Aurora, Pink Lemonade, Half-high: Sunshine Blue, North Blue, North Country; and Lingonberries.

1 gallon pots - 2 ft tall bushes (over 2 year old plants) - $6 each for under 20, $5 each for 20 to 100, $4.50 for 100 to 300 plants, $4.25 for 300 to 500, and $4 for 500 or more plants.
3 gallon pots - 2 to 3 ft bushes ( 3 year old plants) for only $18 each.
7 gallon pots - 3 to 5 ft bushes (4 and 5 year old plants) for $28 each.

One gallon potted RASPBERRY (Amity, Heritage, Fall Gold, Cascade Delight), BLACK CURRANTS (Ben Lomand, Black Down), MARIONBERRY and BOYSENBERRY for $6 each ($5 at 20 or more). We have 5 varieties of seedless Table Grapes (Himrod, Einset, Black Monukka, Suffolk Red, Vanessa) 2 to 3 ft in 3 gal for $18.  We also have several OREGON NATIVES - flowering red currant, western red cedar, valley ponderosa pine, hemlock, and red twig dogwood. Delivery of small orders to Portland Lloyd center area available for a $10 delivery charge. Larger orders to other Portland area can be distance fee based.

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Directions: 
DRIVING FROM I-5 SOUTHBOUND - Take the Canby-Hubbard exit 282A (just south of Wilsonville) and turn left at the first light (Arndt Rd) and stay on Arndt until you come to Barlow road. Take a right on Barlow and go south about 7 miles to the 4 way stop that is S. Barnards Rd to the left and Whiskey Hill Rd to the right. Turn left on S. Barnards and go 1 mile to the gravel driveway on the left at 8345. ------ DRIVING FROM I-205 - take Exit 9 OREGON CITY/HWY 99E left 10 miles to CANBY - turn left (southeast) on Ivy Street in Canby (at the 7-11 Store on Hwy 99E). Continue south out of town for about 7 miles to the 4-way stop and turn right on S. Barnards Rd. Go about 1 mile to 8345 and the gravel drive-way on the right. ------ DRIVING FROM WOODBURN - come east about 5 mi. on Hwy 211 toward Molalla, to the 4-way stop sign and turn left on Barlow Rd. Continue on about 2 mi. to the next 4-way stop sign and turn right on S. Barnards Rd. Go 1 mile to 8345 S. Barnards Rd, driveway on the left. ------ DRIVING FROM MOLALLA - go north on Hwy 213 toward Oregon City about 2 miles north of Hwy 211 and turn left (west)on S. Barnards Rd. Proceed about 4 miles to the first stop sign. Go straight one more mile to the gravel driveway on the right at 8345. --------- DRIVING SOUTH ON S. BARLOW ROAD FROM CANBY - Go south on S. Barlow about 7 miles to the second stop sign which is S. Barnards Rd to the left and Whiskey Hill Rd to the right. Turn left on S. Barnards and go 1 mile to the gravel driveway on the left at 8345.
Season: 
June through October
Berry plant sales all year
Hours: 
Open Saturdays only from 9 to 4 and fresh pick orders by appointment
Owner: 
Jim, Kasi, Sonya, Sibyl and Sage

Location

Morning Shade Farm
8345 S Barnards Road
97013 Canby , OR
United States
Phone: 503-651-2622

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