Uber organic ; all pick-your-own(PYO) or we pick-farmstand sales 200+ varieties of Heirloom and Cider Apples as well as the popular varieties, e.g. Honeycrisp, Jonagold, Fugi, Gravenstein, King, Melrose, Empire, Spitzenburg, Zabergau, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Blueberries-1 acre, Grapes-1/2 acre, Black and Red Currants, Gooseberries, Jostaberries, Blackberries, Raspberries, Marionberries, Rhubarb, Huckleberries, Elderberries, Aronia, Kiwis. Nursery Stock -Natives and edibles, Huckleberries, Blueberries and Apples, Grapes many mixed berries. Custom grafted trees-see our website skipleyfarm.com. Events and classes-visit our facebook page and website. Hours: Nov-April by appointment 206-679-6576; May-October 9-6PM, closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Listing last updated on Sep 18, 2020

All Organically grown: pick-your-own! Apples, Blueberries and Grapes, Currants, Jostaberry, Gooseberry, Raspberry, Marionberry, Aronia & Nursery Stock. Ripe and ready dates subscribe to our Facebook page & website. Borealis Landscape & Design is the background support to the farm where we have a Certified Permaculture Designer-schedule a site visit! We are on a mission to create Walk-to-Farms, and growing your own food-we provide the inspiration, plans, help planting and construction.

Schedule and Location:

7228 Skipley Rd Snohomish 98290 Thursday through Sunday 9 to 6PM

Schedule and Location:

7228 Skipley Rd. Snohomish, WA 98290 for nursery stock out of growing season (Dec-Feb)
Contact us for an appointment

Nursery stock in quantity, Blueberries, Grapes, Apple, Pear, Quince, Kiwi, Fig. Hydrangeas, Perennials,
From the farm, by the box, mail order

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Went there with high expectations, as heir website advertised cucumbers, potatoes, raspberries, and other things. Got there, and they only had blueberries, to which I had to climb over many downed thorny blackberry vines.... [more]

the fruit- especially the apples- have flavor that I've never experienced before. they have nearly a hundred varieties I think. We picked in the fall and some of the more unusual varieties were already gone but there are so many it didn't matter.... [more]

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