Get your blackberries now while they are plentiful! This picture is typical of the 30 rows, 150′ long, of Thornless Blackberries. Not uncommon to pick 10 lbs easily in 30 minutes. Quantity pricing has been extended another week (June 9-15, 2018) for U-Pick Blackberries: 1-24 lbs regular price @ $5/lb.; 25-35 lbs.@ $4/lb.; over 35 lbs @ $3/lb. To receive the $3 or $4 pricing, all berries must be picked in our box ($2 ea, reusable, holds 10 lbs) and paid all at once. Other U-Pick currently available: tomatoes $2/lb (big, cherry, grape) and squash $1/lb. No u-pick peaches for at least another week. FRUIT & VEG UPDATE: Probably some pre-picked peaches later next week. Currently available pre-picked in market: tomatoes, blackberries, eggplant, watermelons (red and yellow meat) cantaloupes, cucumbers, bell peppers, serranos, jalapenos and more. Also, Sunday, June 10, our farm will be open regular hours (9am-5pm) and we will also have a booth @ “The Farmer’s Market at Bridgeland” -16902 Bridgeland Landing,Cypress, TX 77433 12:30pm-3:30pm.
Thanks to all who came out last weekend and picked blackberries. Production is still very heavy, so there are still TONS of ripe blackberries to pick this week. Peaches are picked out til probably early next week, so the only things for U-Pick are blackberries and tomatoes, and possibly some squash. As for pre-picked (not U-Pick) we have some great watermelons, cantaloupes, squash, peppers, eggplant, corn, tomatoes, and more. Check out our box of canning tomatoes at reduced price. Quantity pricing is still in effect thru June 8 for U-Pick Blackberries. See our post dated June 1 for pricing and details.
6-3-18 Still PLENTY of ripe tomatoes and thornless blackberries for picking, but we are picked out of peaches for a few days. We have quite a few varieties of peach trees. Tex-Star ripened first and has finished its harvest season, but a different variety will be available soon.
U-Pick Blackberry pricing:
REGULAR PRICE: U-Pick up to 24 lbs.–$5.00/lb.
HEAT WAVE SPECIAL QUANTITY PRICING THIS WEEK ONLY: ( June 1 thru 8, 2018) : U-Pick 25-35 lbs. $4.00/lb. and U-Pick more than 35 lbs., only $3.00 lb. To receive the Quantity Price breaks, the 25 lbs. and up must be on one ticket and all paid for at once. All berries must be picked in our re-usable box, which holds about 10 lbs. and is sold for $2.00 each. Now’s the time to pick those berries to freeze, make jelly or wine!
First watermelons and cantaloupes of the season picked today! 5-29-18
Zephyr squash great for grilling. Yellow squash good anytime! First corn and peppers of the season picked today 5-29-18. Corn will only be available for a few days, so get yours while you can!
Yellow and green zucchini, scallop squash and first jalapeno peppers today!
Pre-picked blackberries $6.00 lb/ and still TONS of ripe blackberries for U-Pick @$5.00/lb. Several kinds of eggplant available too.
Open EARLY at 8:00 a.m. Memorial Day (5/28/18) so you can pick in the cool country morning air! Peaches trees are loaded and breaking the branches, as you see here. There are still LOTS of blackberries and tomatoes to pick too. We also offer pre-picked fruits and veggies for sale in our market.–Today we have eggplant, bell peppers, cucumbers, peaches, nectarines, tomatoes, blackberries and seven different kinds of summer squash, and more.
Current U-Pick Prices: Blackberries $5.00/lb. , Peaches $2.00/lb., Tomatoes $2.00/lb.
Figs season will begin in mid June, 2018.
Farm is now open! The hot weather has really hastened the Blackberry ripening, so we are open sooner than planned. Vines are LOADED and ready for you to pick from a wall of berries. We also have nectarines, tomatoes, and more available right now.
Blackberries were in full bloom on April 6, 2018 when this pic was taken.
Tomatoes, peppers and other veggies enjoying cool spring weather.
Posted 3-13-18: Thank you for your interest in our farm! We plan to open hopefully in mid-to-late May, 2018, for U-Pick thornless blackberries, vegetables and orchard fruits. Please check back here for updates as we get closer to that time, since weather will greatly affect the production schedule.