Pick-your-own, pre-picked, frozen and wholesale
Blueberry picking season is now closed.
Thank you so much to all who made this season such a joy and a success.
Although you can’t pick your own berries, there’s still plenty to do at the farm! Our farm store is fuller than ever with organic produce and local food and gifts, and you can walk and picnic on the grounds until October 1. We are open from 8 am to 6 pm, Tuesday through Saturday, and 9 am to 3 pm on Sunday. We take cash or cards.
No time to pick?
You can order blueberries in any quantity on line and we will pick them for you and have them ready at the farm store when you come. Save $1.50 per pint when you order a whole flat.
We grow eight varieties of certified organic highbush blueberries on a breezy hillside overlooking the valley. We also sell pre-picked blueberries, raspberries and other fruit in our farm stand in-season. Blueberries are excellent fresh or baked, are easy to freeze, and are one of the healthiest superfoods you can eat.
We also have pre-picked berries in our farm store from mid July to late August. Other fruits we sell in the store include our own organic raspberries, cherries and currants.
Come pick berries and also get a picnic! We have delicious picnic baskets, packed for two, full of homemade and local goodies. We stay open until 9 on Thurs-Sat if you pick up your picnic in the farm store before 6 pm. 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.
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