Do you love berries as much as we do? Can’t wait to get my first taste of red raspberries! Our berry season should open the end of June here at Quarteramish. Look for future announcements.
The freeze this spring did some damage to our plants, but we will have berries available for picking thankfully. Please call before coming to ensure ripe berries will be available.
To keep everyone healthy, we request all visitors remain 6 feet from those outside your family to ensure social distancing. Face masks are suggested except in high heat temperatures. We will provide a hand wash station and you must use our berry containers this year.
Fresh Red Raspberries from our berry farm. Now what do you do with them?
The Red Raspberries are ripe and oh so sweet! Black Berries are ripening a bit early this year, and available as well. Best time to pick is in the morning before the heat of the day. Hours are 8 am-6 pm. You may bring your containers, or we have picking boxes available. $6 per pound you-pick. Hope to see you soon!
U Pick Blackberries. What to do with berries when you get home?
The wait for red raspberries is almost over. We anticipate they will be ripe the last week of June. We’ll keep you posted!
Can’t wait to taste these beauties!
Quarter Amish will be closed on Tuesday July 11 at 1 pm. 24611 Van Wedding Road, Sunman, IN 47041. Will resume regular hours on Wednesday July 12 beginning at 8 am.
Quarter Amish Farm
24611 Van Wedding Road, Sunman, IN 47041
call at 812-623-2803 or 812-584-8193
It’s July and the thornless blackberries are ready to pick. Come rain or shine, and pick under the high tunnel. This is a great outing for families to experience the taste of nature. Check out my recipes to preserve and enjoy these beauties all season long. Come early to beat the heat. Don’t let this simple pleasure get away from you this year.
Blackberry season will continue for a few more weeks at Quarteramish. If you have not been able to visit the berry farm, please plan to do so at your earliest convenience. Berries are large and sweet but they won’t last forever. If you have questions, do not hesitate to reach out.
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Sometimes things take precedence over other things…..The Berry Farm will be closed today because we have the privilege of moving our son and his family into their first home! The farm will be open tomorrow for picking. We suggest early morning picking due to the extreme heat.
Thornless Blackberries are ready for picking! The berries are big, juicy and delicious! Morning is the best time to pick for both you and the berries, as the heat of the day is rough on both.
We have blackberries in a high tunnel green house so you can pick rain or shine. Most of the blackberries can be picked standing with little or no stooping!
We still have red raspberries, but they are coming to a close. If you want red raspberries, now is the time to come and pick!
U Pick Blackberries from our farm.
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Fresh Red Raspberries from our berry farm.
The berries are ready for picking! Red Raspberries are $5 a pound; a quart is about 1 and a third pounds. We suggest you pick in the morning as the heat of the day is hard on you and the berries. Ready picked berries will be available if you call ahead. $6 per pound. The number is 812-623-2803 or 812-584-8193.
Feel free to bring your own shallow containers. We have containers available for your convenience.
Cash, check or Credit cards are welcome.
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I love to view Blue Birds on my farm. I don’t have many and so when I do happen to see one, it is a simple pleasure to be appreciated!