Fruits & Berries


  • 2019 strawberry season is now done for the season.

Our strawberry season usually runs from June 10th through July 1st, but it does vary from year to year.  During strawberry season, we are open everyday from 8am-6pm for U-pick and from 9am-6pm for Pre-picked.  We currently have 5 acres of strawberries with our sweet varieties being Annapolis and Jewel, along with the jumbo sized Cavendish.  The Annapolis are our early variety and the first to ripen.  Next are the Cavendish.  The Jewel are the last to ripen. What’s nice about having different ripening times is that each variety offers their largest sized berries during their first week, so this enables us to offer nice large juicy berries all during the course of our 3 week picking season.

We have special open hours during strawberry season:
U-pick = 8:00am – 6pm daily, rain or shine
We-pick = 9am – 6pm daily, rain or shine
Strawberry picking season is primarily in mid-June
Call for updated picking report, current prices, and to place your orders: 608-254-2311

Strawberry Mailing List

Want to be the first to know when strawberries are ripe for our 2020 season???  Every year we send out post cards to let you know when strawberries are ripe!  Click below to go to our sign up page to be added to our strawberry mailing list!

Click Here —Strawberry Mailing Sign Up


Red Raspberries

Check our What’s Ripe Page for current availability.

We have two types of raspberries — the summer bearers that usually start July 4th and are great picking for the month — and the fall bearers which usually start giving berries in late July and give their largest yields in August and September and continue until the first week of October when we get a hard frost.

Please call for current prices and to place orders: 608-254-2311


Check our What’s Ripe Page for current availability.

Our jumbo blueberries are a real treat to pick on tall bushes that make picking easy. Blueberries are usually ripe by July 4th and continue through August 15 when all the berries have been picked and are gone until next year!


The months of July, August and September brings us juicy sweet vine-ripened muskmelons, super sweet yellow-doll watermelon, long striped red watermelon, and the dark green sugar babies, which are all of the seeded variety. Of the seedless types, we raise a large striped red-seedless watermelon, known as “Seedless”, as well as a mini red seedless that is of one-person proportion.  Since summer of 2006, we have enjoyed a delicious new orange seedless watermelon that became popular with our customers and that we will continue to grow as a regular item.  We raise all of these plants in our own greenhouses where they have a happy warm start!  And because we do several plantings of all these varieties, at different timed intervals, this is why we still have yummy melons during September and sometimes into October!