Products & Prices

  • All berries are $5 per lb.
  • Apples and crabapples are $3, or $35 per 5-gallon pail for crabapples
  • Strawberry plant bundles (bare–root) are 10 plants per bundle for $10
  • Strawberry hanging bags are $40 each
  • Strawberry plants in pots (2 in x 2 in) are $3 each or 2 for $5
  • Strawberry hanging pots are $8 and $10 (small and large)
  • Fresh or frozen strawberries (if available) are $7 per pound (non-certified organic)


Commercial buyers should email us directly for inquiries at, or call (780)-918-3221

Products are sold by weight (using a weighing scale), rather than by volume (e.g. ice cream pails and containers). Unforeseen circumstances may cause prices and availability to vary from time to time without notice (like hailstorms). We suggest checking by email in advance for prices, availability, or other unforeseen changes.

Payment is by cash only at this time as electronic equipment does not work reliably outdoors in our area. There are no public facilities on the farm, although well-maintained outdoor public washrooms are available across the road (around the corner) at Colchester Hall.

U-Pick is Available

U-Pick is available by appointment on weekends on limited evenings from 6:30 PM until dark, subject to scheduling or fruit availability. The Berry Farm is closed weekdays, but exceptions may be considered on request. Flat containers, not ice cream pails, are recommended to prevent spillage and crushing the fruit. Free cardboard disposable baskets with handles are provided upon request. Regrettably, due to the farm’s limited size, and to ensure that appointment pickers have first priority picking available fruit, drive-in U-Pick without an appointment is not available. Please avoid disappointment by arranging your appointment in advance – email preferred – at

U-Pick Calendar

  • Honeyberries (haskaps) – 3rd week of June – one or two weekends only
  • White, red, and black currants – late August preferred to let them sweeten, but mid-August is possible
  • Strawberries – early July through to early August – sold primarily bare-root bundles, hanging bags, pots or containers, or frozen, but not fresh.
  • Raspberries – late July through August and into September, if the weather permits.
  • Saskatoons – late July through early August.
  • Evans and Juliette cherries – mid-August.
  • Chokecherries and pincherries – late August.
  • Apples – late August through early September – if the weather permits.
  • Crabapples – best after a mild, early frost.
  • Rhubarb ­– very limited quantities yet, available August to September ­­– depending on the weather.


Appointments may be requested for weekends on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM, with on-site parking down the driveway lane in front of the grey barn. Due to customer demand, adult-only appointments are available from 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM on weekends, and possibly weekday evenings upon request. This is subject to scheduling and fruit availability. All other adult appointments, with or without children, are available from 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM. For safety reasons, children must remain with adults in the fields and/or in vehicles, and may not be left unattended. Pets are not permitted at the site.