The blueberry season will begin this year around early to mid July, depending on the weather. We will know better near the end or June. The season will last about 3 or 4 weeks.
We are now closed for the 2015 Christmas season. It seems that we were unable to escape mud this year. We appreciate everyone who came out in spite of the mud and cut their trees. We wish everyone a merry Christmas.
We will be open for you to choose and cut your own Christmas tree through Saturday, December 19. We are open daily from 8 to 4:30.
You may choose and cut your own Christmas tree beginning the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, November 27. Starting then, we will be open daily from 8 till 4:30. The price is $50 for any tree you choose and cut yourself. If you wish to have the tree shaken and baled, there is a $7 charge for that. We have Douglas fir, Fraser fir, Canaan fir, balsam fir, white pine, and Scotch pine.
The 2015 blueberry season is over for this year. We appreciate the people who came to pick blueberries this year in difficult circumstances due to all the rain. Hopefully, next year will be a better year. You may choose and cut your own Christmas tree beginning the day after Thanksgiving.
The 2015 blueberry season is nearing the end. There are fewer berries on the bushes than earlier and it takes longer to pick the same amount of berries. In addition,due to the excessive rains, there is standing water and mud in the fields. Picking is difficult. For now, we are open for those who want blueberries and are willing to pick in difficult conditions.
We will begin picking blueberries on Thursday, July 9. Starting then, we will be open Monday through Saturday from 8 until 4:30. The price is $2 per pound for pick-your-own blueberries. At the time this is written, there is water standing in many of the fields. The water is slowly going down now that we have gone a few days without rain. It remains to be seen what conditions will be on July 9.
Tammen Treeberry Farm is now closed for the 2014 Christmas season. We hope to see you next year. Thank you for coming to visit our farm to choose and cut your own Christmas tree. We wish everyone a merry Christmas.