FAQ’s for U-Pickers

FAQ’s for U-Pickers

When Is the Best Time to Come U-Pick?

Early in the day is always best. The air is cooler and your picking experience is more enjoyable. You will also be one of the first to pick the newly-ripened berries. After noon, the picking is often harder because the berries have been picked through. We open at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the harvest season, so you can begin picking early in the day.

When Are You Open For U-Picking?


Which Berry Varieties Do You Grow on Your Farm?

Please refer to our fresh berry variety chart to see which berries we grow, learn about the fruit characteristics, and see when they will ripen.

What is a Tayberry?

The tayberry, a cross between a blackberry and red raspberry, is named for the Scottish river Tay, where the hybrid plant was first cultivated. The berry is sweet and large, eaten fresh or made into jams, and is usually ready for harvest from mid-July through mid-August.

Which Blueberry Is the Biggest?

Chandler and Darrow varieties are the largest.

What are the Top Three Sweetest Blueberries?

Earliblue, Toro and Jersey are the sweetest berries we grow.

How Much Do U-Pick Blueberries Cost?

U-pick blueberries are $3.25 per pound.

How Much Do Ready-Picked Blueberries Cost?

Please call 360-474-8424 during our harvest season for our current prices.

Do I Need to Bring My Own Bucket or a Box to Bring the Berries Home In?

No, we provide picking buckets, and boxes to take your berries home in at no additional charge.

How Long Will U-Cut Flowers Last?

If you change the water often and trim the bottoms of the stems weekly, your bouquet should last two to three weeks.

Where Is Bryant Blueberry Farm Located?

5628 Grandview Road Arlington, Washington 98223.
Click here for directions and map.