***2015 U-pick Season Update*** Both Rainier and Bing cherries are gone. The fruit stand and orchard are closed until Saturday, July 11th. The next variety for u-pick will be white flesh nectarines around july 15th.

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   We rent hives every year so the bees can pollenize our cherries, peaches, nectarines, apples and pears. They stay for about three weeks and then move on to later blooming crops. The bee keepers bring them at night when the bees are not flying and pick them up at night too. Once the hives are set in place we can not move them, unless we move them more than two miles, because the bees are accustomed to there new area and would get lost if we moved there home.







  phone 509-669-FARM (3276)

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