Morning Shade Farm is open for u-pick Orchard Fruit and Hardy Kiwis from 8 am to 3 pm Saturdays. Already picked fruit and frozen blueberries can be ordered and picked up any day of the week.
Hardy Kiwi berries are $2 per pound u-pick or $2.40 per lb already picked and there are no synthetic sprays on the fruit.
Organically grown Warren, Bosc, and Asian Pears, and Fuji, Braeburn, Spitzenberg, Mutsu, Haralred, Honey Crisp, Cox Pippin, Jonagold, Goldrush and Ashmead Apples - u-pick for $1.20 per pound or already picked for $1.40 per pound.
Frozen Blueberries (no synthetic sprays) in zip-lock freezer bags are $24 per 10 lbs (13 pints) or $22 per bag for 100 lbs or more, or $21 per bag for 300 lbs or more. Whole sale pricing for 1000 lbs or more is $1.95/lb. These berries have been cleaned of stems and any green or soft berries and are individually frozen berries (not in a solid frozen block). You can pick them up during our U-pick hours or order them for pick up any day of the week by calling 503-651-2622.
Frozen Juicing and Smoothy Blueberries - These are slightly softer, riper berries than our standard, highest quality blueberries for $20 per 10 lb bag.
Grapes - juicing grapes (seeded European varieties) are $1.85 per lb u-pick.
Pumpkins - organically grown $0.30/lb.
Squash (Acorn, Butternut, Delicate and Spaghetti) - organically grown $0.80/lb.
Tomatoes - organically grown $1.20/lb u-pick or $1.50/lb we pick.
Blueberry Juice - %100 juice in quart jars for $8 or frozen in 1 gallon plastic jugs for $28.
Raw Honey is $9 per pint and $18 per quart.
Try our homemade fruit Popsicles for a delicious treat!
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.
Our BERRY NURSERY has a large selection of blueberry and other berry plants in 1, 3, and 7 gallon containers. Nursery sales Saturdays or by appointment by calling 541-543-7655 or 503-651-2622.
See more information at www.canby.com/morningshade
News posted: 5th October 2019