Looking for a local, pick-your-own farm in Southeastern Washington State? Scroll down this page and you will see the U-Pick farms in Southeastern Washington State,
sorted by county. Those that offer organic or sustainably grown produce are identified by the words "organic" and/or "sustainable" in Green, next to their name
(see "What does Organic mean?"). The U-pick crops they offer follow the name of the farm. To search the page for a specific crop, use Ctrl-F (or on an ipad or Mac, use their "search on this page" function)
If they have a website, the name will be in blue and underlined; click on it and it will open their website. Beware of copycat websites (such as the one that starts with "pickit" and the one that ends with ".farms"; they do not update their information, they just steal it from us once in a great while (they are plagiarists operating in Russia and China), so theirs are usually out-of-date -and often copied incorrectly! I put dates to indicate when we last received an update from each farm,
and I make updates daily (each farm as their info changes). See the customer and farmer menus at the top menu bar to submit updates and corrections and help me keep each current!
And if you know of any I missed and want to add them or correct the
information, please let me know!
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What's in season in March 2018, and
other timely information:
Notes for March 2018: The northern half of the U.S.
(and most of Canada, of course) are under snow. So, the crops to pick are pretty
much limited to Florida, Texas, southern California and a few other areas of the
Deep South. Citus, for one, is a crop that is usually available now; and
in those areas, soon also strawberries and blueberries.Check your area's
copy calendar (see this page) and call your local farms for
We also have a website for both
Valentine's Day information, facts and fun and one for
day (including great recipes for corned beef, Irish stew, etc.)
Children's Consignment Sales
occur in both the Spring and Fall
See our companion website to find a local
community or church kid's consignment sale!
Next year, don't miss an Easter Egg Hunt for your children:
See our companion website to find a local Easter Egg hunt!
We also have
home canning, preserving, drying and freezing directions. You can access
recipes and other resources from the drop down menus at the top of the page or the site search.
If you have any questions or suggestions,
feel free to write me! It is easy to
make your own ice cream,
even gelato, or low fat or low sugar ice cream - see this page. Also note,
there are many copycat website listing U-pick farms now. They have all
copied their information form here and usually do not ever update. Since
2002, I've been updating the information every day but Christmas; so if you see
anything wrong, please
Southeastern Washington State U-Pick Farms and Orchards, by
Click on the resources drop-down above, if you need a county map
Wilson Banner Ranch - Uses natural growing practices, apples, apricots, blackberries, cherries,
cucumbers, flowers, nectarines, pears, peaches, plums, pumpkins, tomatoes,
Honey from hives on the farm, Cider mill (fresh apple cider made on the
premises), prepicked produce, gift shop, snacks and refreshment stand,
restrooms, picnic area, face painting, petting zoo, farm animals, birthday
parties, school tours, events at your location (call for info)
16047 Highway 12 Or 16397 Highway 12, Clarkston, WA 99403. Phone:
509-751-9367. Fax: 509-751-9367. Email:
[email protected]. Directions: We are a 7 hour drive from
Seattle, Washington; located 8 miles west of Clarkston on
highway 12 or 23 miles east of Pomeroy on highway 12. Open: Monday to
Saturday 9 am to 5:50 pm; Sunday Noon to 5:30 pm; June through December. Harvest
Festival runs every Saturday in October; Pumpkin upick starts October 1st
and runs through the month; Check our website for the exact upick or to be
put on our upick update list. Payment: Cash, Check. We are a heritage
landmark family farm established in 1888. As land stewards, we use the
science of integrated pest management, relying heavily on pheromones. We use
organically accepted chemicals and the minimum of USDA approved soft
chemicals. Our family has lived in the orchard for over a century, food
quality and the environment is especially important to us. If you have any
questions regarding our sustainable farming practices please ask. We are
Puddle Ducks Herb Farm, LLC - Uses natural growing practices, apples, apricots, blackberries,
blueberries, boysenberries, cherries, chestnuts, cucumbers, eggplant,
flowers, grapes, herbs/spices, lavender, nectarines, other berries, other
citrus, pears, peaches, peppers, plums, pumpkins, raspberries (red),
raspberries (Spring, red), raspberries (Autumn, red), raspberries (yellow),
raspberries (Spring, yellow), raspberries (Autumn, yellow), rhubarb,
saskatoons, summer squash, winter squash, strawberries, walnuts, Other fruit
or veg, Fresh eggs, gift shop, restrooms, picnic area, farm animals,
birthday parties, weddings and wedding parties, school tours, events at your
location (call for info)
1817 North Road 76, Pasco, WA 99301. Phone:
[email protected]. Open: Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Directions:
Click here for a map and directions. We use natural practices, but are not seeking organic certification. Payment: Cash, Check. Horseradish Root.
Berry Blue Farm - Uses natural growing practices, blueberries,
Emerald Road, Burbank, WA
[email protected]. Open: from
their Facebook page: "I am sad to declare that we will no longer be a
blueberry u-pick and will not sell our blueberries at farmers markets" See updated information on our facebook
Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Picking updates:
Click here for picking updates. Directions: Take highway 12 and head
towards Walla Walla. After you cross the Snake River Bridge take the first
right. At the round-a-bout turn right and cross back over the highway. You
are now on highway 124. At the 4 mile marker turn left onto Emerald Road.
Drive down dirt road and when you get to the fork stay on the right side and
drive straight towards the river. When you see the river you will veer to
the right and drive upon the blueberries!.
Click here for a map and directions. We use natural practices, but are
not seeking organic certification. Payment: Cash, only.
Blue Mountain Lavender Farm - flowers, herbs/spices, lavender,
gift shop, snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, picnic area, school
345 Short Road, Lowden, WA 99360. Phone: 509-529-3276. Fax: 509 529
[email protected]. Open: Sunday through Friday (closed
Saturdays) 10am to 6pm.
Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Picking updates:
Click here for picking updates. Directions: Traveling on Highway 12,
approximately 15 miles west of Walla Walla, turn south onto McDonald Road.
After two miles turn right onto Frog Hollow Road. After two miles turn left
onto Short Road. This is the first left and is a gravel road. Travel 1/3 of
a mile; farm is on the left.
Click here for a map and directions. June and July. Payment: Cash,
Check, Debit cards, Visa/MasterCard.
- Blue Mountain Farms -
Certified Organic, blueberries,
1052 Lake Rd, Burbank, WA 99323. Phone: 509-547-4276.
[email protected]. Open: Monday to
Saturday, from 8 am to 5 pm. Directions:
Click here for a map and directions. Blueberry U-pick is open Monday
through Saturday from 8am to 5pm; Our U-pick will run approximately one
month beginning June 23rd, 2010. We are certified organic for all crops!
Payment: Cash, only.
Dixie Acres Farm - strawberries, porta-potties are available
Ridge Road, Waitsburg, WA 99361. Phone: (509) 526-0112. Alternate Phone:
(509) 869-1419. Email:
[email protected]. Open: Picking updates:
Click here for picking updates. Directions: From highway 12 in Dixie, WA
drive 1/2 mile up Biscuit Ridge Road, on the right.
Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check,
Click here for our Facebook page. (UPDATED: June 08, 2017