Dates & Hours
Opens July 1st
Tue-Sun 8am to 5pm
Fri 8am to 3pm
Directions & Parking
13390 SW Morgan Road, Sherwood OR 97140
Parking along the entire length of the paved driveway to your right as you enter the farm.
We grow two varieties - Earliblue and Bluecrop. Both produce large firm berries with a great balance of sweet and tart. The Earliblue variety (which are usually ripe and ready to pick by late June) are slightly sweeter. Perfect for fresh eating as well as preserving/freezing.
How it works
Follow signs to our stand behind the farm store to get a bucket for picking and directions to the appropriate fields. Staff will
also assist you with your purchase after picking.
Unfortunately, our fields are not wheelchair accessible.
What to wear
The fields can get hot so please wear appropriate clothing — bring hats and sunscreen. Long pants and sleeves are a wiser option than shorts and tank-tops. Sensible shoes are a must!
What to bring
What NOT to bring
$2.99/lb. (ON SALE UNTIL END OF SEASON!)
Pre-picked bulk blueberries!
Too hot to pick enough blueberries? Don't have time to pick the quantities you were hoping to put up for the season? We have pre-picked 10-pound flats of blueberries available at a deep discount! These are unsorted berries (i.e. there might be some leaves and flowers in them just like when you pick your own). Quantities and availability are limited, pre-orders required. Ask a staff member for details.
We adore kids and would love to have berry picking at Our Table be a part of their food and farm experience! Many of us have read the popular children's book Blueberries for Sal for our kids dozens of times and we encourage your children to eat more berries than they pick. In fact, if a child under 3 feet in height picks more than they eat, there's something wrong!
However, please pay close attention to your children as there are many dangers on a working farm. It has been our experience that little kids don't tend to enjoy berry picking as much as most of us parents think they do (or should). If young children lose interest far sooner than expected, we have pre-harvested berries for sale.
Berries are best eaten as soon as possible after picking. Do not wash the fruit before you are ready to eat it - washing removes natural "blooms" which protect the berries from spoilage.
If you're going to freeze them, sort through to remove any stems, leaves, etc. and then place in shallow containers in your freezer. If you wash the fruit before freezing, make sure that it is completely dry before putting it in the freezer to prevent clumping.
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