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Blueberries, Apples, Asian Pears, Hardy Kiwis, Figs, Squash, Pumpkins and More

When:

U-pick Saturday and Sunday 8am to 3pm; and already picked other days by appointment

Where:

Morning Shade Farm, 8345 S. Barnards Rd. Canby, OR. 97013

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Morning Shade Farm will be open Saturday and Sunday September 26 and 27 for you-pick Blueberries for $1.90/lb, Hardy Kiwis $2.40/lb and Apples for $1.25/lb. At the farm stand we have fresh picked hardy kiwis ($3/lb), organically grown Wynoochee, Ginger Gold, Cox's Pippin, Haralred, Mutsu, Jonagold and Gravenstien apples ($1.40/lb), Chojuro, Shinko and Shinsieki Asian pears ($1.40/lb), Bartlet and Warren pears ($1.40/lb), Figs ($3/lb), Tomatoes ($1.50/lb), Kale ($2.50/lb), Beets ($1.25/lb), Pumpkins ($.30/lb) and several varieties of Squash ($1.20/lb). U-pick hours are 8 am to 3 pm Saturdays and Sunday.

Frozen Blueberries are available for $25 per 10 lbs (13 pints) fresh packed in freezer ready, 4 mil zip-lock bag (cleaned of stems, leaves, soft and green berries). For 100 lbs or more are $24 per 10 lb bag, and 300 lbs or more for $22 per 10 lb bag.

Raw Honey - $9.50 per pint and $18 per quart.

Vegetables - (tomatoes, squash, beets, kale, and pumpkins) all 100% organically grown will be available at the farm stand.

Blueberry Juice - %100 juice is available for $8 per quart.

Black Currant Jelly - $6 per half pint jar.

Homemade Fruit Popsicles in several flavors are available all summer $1.75 each.

Morning Shade Farm is located at 8345 S. Barnards Road, 7 miles south of Canby (30 miles south of Portland) in a peaceful country setting with picnic tables and flush toilets and hand washing facilities. We have containers available to pick into (2 gal buckets with a plastic bag insert) or you can bring your own containers. We prefer cash or check, but WIC/FDNP food vouchers, credit and debit cards are also accepted. Please don't forget to bring a face mask for checking in and out at the farm stand. Sorry no dogs allowed.

See more information at www.canby.com/morningshade

News posted: 25th September 2020