Berry picking is over for the season. Thank you to all the families who brought joy and conversation to the patch, and to our loyal customers who sell our wholesale berries. We are proud to grow beautiful organic food for the community, and are sorry the frequent heavy rains made the season so abbreviated this year.
Our farm store also has aged blueberry vinegar, our homemade jams, lamb sausage, Icelandic yarn and other local foods and gifts. We take cash, credit cards or Apple Pay, but prefer cash.
We grow eight varieties of certified organic highbush blueberries on a breezy hillside overlooking the valley. It’s a beautiful view from the orchard and a gorgeous place to spend a morning or afternoon before going to the river for a dip. We also sell pre-picked blueberries, raspberries and other fruit in our farm stand in-season, as well as popsicles and ice cream. Blueberries are excellent fresh or baked, are easy to freeze, and are one of the healthiest superfoods you can eat.
Picking at Our Farm
- Please be very careful with our bushes, as they are loaded and easily broken.
- You are responsible for paying for what you pick, even if there are little ones who spill, pick green berries, or eat the whole pint!
- The farm hosts many retreats and guests, as well as being a home for many others. Please be mindful of others’ privacy and stay in the orchard and farm stand area.
- We love dogs, but not at the farm during our busiest season. Please leave them at home.
- Thank you, and we look forward to your visit soon!
Come pick berries and also get a picnic! We have delicious picnic baskets, packed for two, full of homemade and local goodies. You can order one at the store before you pick, or help us out in a busy time and pre-pay for your order here.
Sundays this year we will have pies for sale instead of open air food events.
Call us to place an order for your store or restaurant.
Our Other Berries & Fruits
Around the berry fields are many other small fruit plantings that make up our edible landscape and permaculture gardens. You’ll find Vermont Beauty heirloom pears, Japanese plums, red and champagne currants, sour cherries, elderberries, hardy arctic kiwis, and many heirloom cider apples. In our farmstand, you can buy them fresh or as yummy value-added products such as chutneys, ice-pops and juices as harvest and season allow.
Find Our Berries
We supply these local businesses and many more. Email Helen @ knoll farm dot org to inquire about wholesale orders of 2 flats or more of fresh or frozen berries.