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.
We will be open through Friday, December 19. Friday is the last day we will be open this season. Until then, we will be open daily from 8 until 4:30.
We will begin selling Christmas trees on the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, November 28. 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 want the tree shaken and baled, there is a $7 charge for that. We have Douglas fir up to about 12 feet. We have Fraser fir and Canaan fir up to about 8 feet. We have white pine and Scotch pine up to about 14 feet. We accept cash; checks; and Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express.
Sorry, we are now closed for the season. In a typical year, blueberry season begins around mid-July and lasts for about 3 or 4 weeks. We hope to see you next year.
We have almost finished the blueberry season for this year. There is one small area that has a few berries. A Saturday crowd would sweep over it quickly. We are closed until Monday. On Monday, we will be open from 8 AM until we are picked out.
There are fewer berries on the bushes for the second pick. The berries are also smaller. It will take longer to pick the same amount of berries. We will be open at least through Friday, August 1. We will have to see how much ground we have covered through Friday to determine whether to be open on Saturday. If you are interested in picking on Saturday, August 2, check with us late on Friday to see if we will be open.
On Wednesday, July 30, we will begin the 2nd pick. There will not be as many berries on the bushes as earlier in the season and the berries will be smaller. Nevertheless, there will be quite a few berries to be picked. We will be closed until then in order to give the berries more time to ripen.