Morning Shade Farm

Tri County Farm Fresh


8345 S. Barnards Road
Canby, OR 97013

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Phone: 503-651-2622

Website: www.canby.com/morningshade

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Frozen blueberries and Berry Plants can be picked up Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11 am to 4 pm and any other day of the week from 8 am to 5 pm by appointment by calling 503-651-2622 or 503-730-4788

You-pick will resume in June 2019

About Morning Shade Farm

Morning Shade Farm is open for Berry Nursery sales and for frozen, no spray Blueberries and Blueberry juice on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11:00 am to 4 pm or other days of the week by appointment by calling 503-651-2622 or 503-730-4788.

Blueberry Juice - %100 juice frozen in 1 gallon jug for $28.

Frozen Blueberries picked this summer and air-blown clean in 2 gallon zip lock freezer bags are 10 lbs (about 13 pints) for $24, or for 100 lbs or more $22 per 10 lbs, or for 300 lbs or more they are $20 per 10 lbs.

Morning Shade Farm is located 7 miles south of Canby (30 miles south of Portland) at 8345 S. Barnards Rd in a peaceful country setting with some picnic tables and flush toilets. We minimize our use of chemicals, using only organic sprays directly on the berries and only when monitoring shows it is needed. We are solar powered and bee friendly.

Cash or check are best, but we can process debit or credit cards with a 2 percent processing cost.

Our BERRY NURSERY has a large selection of blueberry and other berry plants in 1, 3, and 7 gallon containers. Call 503-651-2622 or 503-730-4788 for nursery sales.

BLUEBERRY Plants (bushes) for sale - 26 varieties - in one gallon, three gallon, and seven/ten gallon pots. High quality, healthy, vigorous plants. Duke, Reka, Sierra, Olympia, Blueray, Toro, Bluegold, Bluecrop, Nelson, Jersey, Chandler, Brigitta, Darrow, Legacy, Liberty, Elliot, Aurora, Pink Lemonade; Half-high: Sunshine Blue, North Country, North Blue.

1 gallon pots - 1 to 2 ft tall bushes (2 and 3 year old plants) - $6 each, or $5 each for 100 to 500 plants, $4.25 each for over 500.

3 gallon pots - 2 to 3 ft bushes (3 and 4 year old plants) for $20 each ($18 for 50 or more).

7 / 10 gallon pots - 3 to 5 ft bushes (4 and 5 year old plants) for $30 each ($28 for 50 or more).

Field Grown – 5 to 7 ft bushes (16 years old) for $50 (available again next fall and winter).

RASPBERRY (Cascade Delight, Cascade Harvest, Caroline, Tulameen), BLACK RASPBERRY, BLACK CURRANTS (Ben Lomand, Black Down, Titania), WHITE AND RED CURRANTS, STRAWBERRIES (Sea Scape, Tillamook), MARIONBERRY, BOYSENBERRY, BLACK DIAMOND (thornless), TRIPLE CROWN (thornless), LOGANBERRY (thornless) in one gallon pots for $6 each.

RED CURRANTS (Cherry, Wilder) in 2 gallon pots $10 each.

GRAPES - 3 varieties (Interlaken, Vanessa, Summer Royal) sweet, seedless, table grapes $20 each in 3 gal pot 3 to 4 ft tall.

KIWIs (Issai – hardy, self pollinating), and ARONIA (Viking) in 3 gal for $20.

We also have several OREGON NATIVES - douglas spirea, valley ponderosa pine, doug fir, nine bark, and red twig dogwood (3 gal for $20 and 7 gal for $30).

Blueberry descriptions and availability by order of ripening from June through September are:

Duke - Early season (late June and July), large sweet and firm berries with excellent flavor. Upright growth 4 to 6 ft with orange and yellow fall color. Duke is the most widely planted early ripening variety. It is a heavy, consistent producer with an attractive, light blue high quality berry. Duke blooms late but ripens early, which protects the blossoms from early spring frosts. USDA zones 4 to 8. (available in 1, 3 and 7 gal)

Reka - Early season (late June and July), medium to large sweet berries, vigorous, fast growing, and adapts well to a wide range of northern climates and soil types. Upright 4 to 6 ft. Burgundy red fall color is an added landscape bonus! USDA zones 4 to 7 (available in 3 and 7 gal)

Patriot – Early season (late June and July), large, sweet berries.Vigorous and cold hardy variety.Upright growth to 4 to 6 ft. Pink-tinged white flowers in the spring with yellow, bronze, and red fall color. USDA zones 3 to 7. (available in 1 and 3 gal)

Sierra - Early mid-season (July), very large, sweet tasty berries. Upright open growth 5 to 7 ft with red and orange fall colors. The vigorous, fast growing bush is adaptable to many soil types and excellent for hedgerows. Sierra's quarter-sized berries are borne on loose clusters over the outer periphery of the bush. USDA zones 5 to 8. (available in 3 and 7 gal)

Olympia - Mid-season (mid-July and early August), medium, spicy, aromatic and very sweet berries. Easy to grow, large upright spreading bush 4 to 7 ft with bright red fall color. Many of our fresh fruit customers rate Olympia as their favorite tasting. The medium sized dark blue fruit is perfect for fresh eating and baking. USDA zones 5 to 8. (available in 1, 3,and 7 gal)

Blueray - Mid-season (mid-July and early August), very large and sweet berries. Open spreading growth 4 to 6 ft with bright red and yellow fall color. An old favorite and versatile variety, performs particularly well in areas with hot summers or very cold winters, and produces berries with outstanding flavor. USDA zones 3 to 7. (available in 1, 3 and 7 gal)

Bluegold - Mid- season (mid-July and early August), medium to large sweet, compact and perfect for landscaping. Grows 3 to 5 ft with fall foliage and winter wood that is golden yellow, followed by bright-white blooms in the spring. The sky blue colored berries form large clusters that are easy to pick and are wonderful for fresh eating and baking. USDA 4 to 7 (available in 1, 3 and 7 gal)

Toro - Mid-season (mid-July and early August), large, sweet berries. Upright stocky growth 4 to 5 ft with crimson red and yellow fall color. Easy to pick berries hang like grapes from the stocky bush making it a favorite of many u-pickers. Toro has nice ornamental qualities for landscaping. USDA zones 4 to 8. (available 1, 3, 7 gal)

Bluecrop - Mid-season (mid-July and early August), large, sweet berries. Open upright growth 4 to 6 ft with bright red fall color. Considered a good variety for adaptability, consistent high yields, high quality fruit and disease resistance. USDA zone 4 to 8. (available in 1, 3 and 7 gal)

Chandler - Mid-late (Late July and August), very, very large and sweet berries (world's largest Blueberry). Upright vigorous bushes grow 5-7 feet tall with bright red fall color. Besides very large fruit, it also has a long ripening season and high yields. USDA zone 4 to 8. (available in 1 and 3 gal)

Brigitta- Mid-late to late season (late July to early September - a long picking season), large, sweet and very flavorful berries (another favorite of our u-pick costumers). Upright open growth 4 to 6 ft with beautiful orange, red and burgundy fall color. An easy to grow, vigorous hybrid yields one of the highest quality berries available. Brigitta berries possess an amazing shelf life, maintaining high quality in the refrigerator for over a month. USDA zones 4 to 8. (available in 1, 3 and 7 gal)

Pink Lemonade Blueberry - mid-late to late-season (late July and August), upright to 5 ft tall with medium-sized, glossy, bright pink fruit. Bright orange fall foliage fades to deep red, making this shrub a great choice for a colorful autumn garden. Wintertime twigs are reddish-brown. USDA zones 4 to 8. (available in 1, 3 and 7 gal)

Legacy - Late season (August). Upright and spreading growth habit, 4 to 6 ft high. It keeps many of its leaves through mild winters, offering a very different look in the landscape. Foliage turns crimson in colder climates, but here on the West Coast the leaves stay green with lighter fall hues. Legacy is both a vigorous grower and heavy producer. USDA zones 5 to 8 (available in 1, 3 and 7gal)

Darrow - Late season (August), large robust, sweet tart berries rated as excellent flavor in taste tests. Upright growth 4 to 5 ft with orange and red fall color. Darrow is very productive and has a mix of large and very large berries. The berries are slightly flat and light blue with a memorable robust flavor, making them well worth every gardener's effort. USDA zones 5 to 8. (available in 3 and 7 gal)

Jersey - Late season (August) medium, sweet berries. Upright 6 to 8 ft bush with fiery orange fall color. One of the older and more widely grown of all varieties, Jersey is an easy to grow bush and a favorite for many home gardeners and for baking. This bush tolerates a wide range of soil types. USDA zones 4 to 7. (available in 3 and 7 gal)

Elliot - Very late season (mid- August and September), medium large, zesty and flavorful berries. Upright growth 4 to 6 ft with deep red, wine fall color. With this variety, you can enjoy fresh berries clear through September. It has a late bloom period that avoids most spring frosts and the typically heavy bud set results in very high yields of fruit that have good storage life. USDA zones 4 to 8. (available in 1 and 3 gal)

Aurora - Very late season (mid- August and September), large intense flavored berries. Spreading growth 4 to 6 ft with red and burgundy fall color. Aurora is the latest ripening highbush variety with a high yield capacity and high quality fruit that has an excellent storage life. USDA zones 4 to 8. (available in 1, 3 and 7 gal)

Compact Blueberries:

North Country - Early-mid season with medium size berries grows to 2 ft high and 3 feet in diameter. It displays compact bush characteristics and is vigorous and adaptable in less than optimum soil types. With its dark green summer foliage and scarlet fall color, Northcountry is one of the best varieties for patio pots in the edible landscape. USDA zones 3 to 7 (available in 1 gal)

North Blue - Mid season with medium size berries growing 3 to 4 ft high and is a great landscape plant and proven producer of quality fruit in cold climates. The fruit has a "wild" taste that makes it excellent for baking or fresh eating. Northblue has survived winter temperatures to minus 35degF, although production is maximized when snow protection is adequate. Recommended for those desiring a higher yielding, cold-hardy variety. Also good for potted plant on decks and patio.USDA zones 3 to 7 (3 and 7 gal)

Sunshine Blue - Mid-late with medium berries and compact bush to 3 ft. This semi-dwarf, versatile evergreen blueberry features showy hot pink flowers that fade to white in spring, yielding large crops of delicious berries. Tolerates higher pH soils better than many other blueberries and it is self-pollinating. A great plant for patios and gardens here in the Pacific Northwest. USDA zones 5 to 10. (1, 3 and 7 gal)


Interlaken: An early ripening and hardy variety that produces abundant crops of yellowish-green, crisp and sweet Grapes. Ripens in mid to late September and is great for fresh eating, juice and raisins. (3gal)

Vanessa: Seedless. Vigorous, moderately hardy vine that produces loose bunches of medium sized, deep red fruit with spicy, aromatic flavor. Excellent quality. (3 gal)

Summer Royal - A mid-season black seedless table grape with round to oval-shaped berries that are firm and crisp with a good, sweet flavor. Also makes good juice. (3 gal)

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DRIVING FROM I-5 SOUTHBOUND - Take the Canby-Hubbard exit 282A (just south of Wilsonville) and take a left at the first light on to Arndt Road. Stay on Arndt Road about 1.5 miles (including a right at the second light) and then take a right on to Barlow road. Stay on Barlow road going south over the railroad tracks and through the traffic light for about 7 miles to the second 4 way stop at South Barnards Road. Turn left on South Barnards Road. Go straight 1 more mile to the gravel driveway on the left at 8345 South Barnards Rd.

------ 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.

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