We will not be open for public blueberry picking this year. On Sunday August 7th we walked through the field and there are almost no ripe berries. Most of the crop has been lost to the Mummyberry fungus.
Slow start to the 2022 season. A lot has been happening on the farm but we are still waiting for the berries to ripen.
It’s a new year, 2022 has arrived and the blueberry plants are covered in snow. A great time to sit by the fire, look out the window, and admire the vibrant red hue of the blueberry plants. We are looking forward to a wonderful 2022 season and wish you all the best. Stay safe andContinue reading “2022 has arrived”
September 12th was the last day for picking. Our picking season is over.
Don’t miss out on the Fun!
The Season is almost done.
Welcome to the 2021 blueberry season!
Blueberry Haven Farm is scheduling people for picking blueberries. Picking is by appointment only.
The Blueberry Haven Farm Crew is getting the final pieces in place for opening.
Blueberry Haven Farm’s 2021 Season is getting close. We are starting to see ripe blueberries in the fields. We are expecting our season to start around the last week of July or first week of August.
Winter is a busy time around the farm. Any sunny day is an opportunity to get out and work. Or current task is to mulch the fields. We put 2 to 4 inches of mulch across the whole field to help prevent mummy berry and to retain moisture in the summer.
The Washington State University’s Clallam County Extension gleaning program harvested a lot of fruit this year and Blueberry Haven farm was one of the locations they harvested from. You can read more about it in this Peninsula Daily News article. https://www.peninsuladailynews.com/news/summer-tastes-are-still-alive/