We are open Monday, August 1st from 8-3. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 9-5. We are closed Sundays. We are checking daily to make sure we have berries before scheduling. Will update Sunday evenings for each week's schedule. Always check here for open hours and days before making the drive here. Notes: Cash or Check only. NO debit and NO credit cards. $2.50 per pound you pick berries. We have no pre-picked berries. Please do not visit our farm if you are experiencing Covid-like symptoms. No animals allowed in field. God bless each of you and your families. Stay well. Sandy and Dave. ***Please note that we are still working to update our website to reflect the most current and up-to-date Covid safety recommendations (disregard our out-dated Covid information posted on our website). At this time we ask that you do not visit our farm if you are experiencing Covid-like symptoms and we would appreciate your help with limiting the amount of people in the barn when possible.

Welcome to Blueberry Blossom Farm...

Blueberry Blossom Farm

Blueberry Blossom Farm is a privately owned family farm located just outside the city of Snohomish in Washington state.

Our farm is a family friendly U-Pick blueberry farm (kids welcome!), with just over 2 acres.
Normally blueberry season begins in early July and ends sometime in August or early September. The picking season can be hard to predict so we suggest checking the website for seasonal information and picking hours.

As you would expect things will be a little different this year, please see the updated COVID-19 rules as posted below.

Dave and Sandy Baer
COVID-19 Rules and Regulations
  • If you or your family have been exposed to or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms such as: cough, fever, shortness of breath, or sore throat, please do not come to our farm! Help protect us - if we get sick our blueberry season will be over.
  • Masks are required per state law.
  • Social distancing is required (6ft from others).
  • Families/groups must stay together. Please keep children with you and do not let them run through the field.
  • Only one customer at a time is permitted inside the barn for payment purposes. Customers must wait outside the barn while maintaining social distance from others. When possible have others within your group wait in vehicles to avoid crowding.
  • Picnicking and social gathering is prohibited this season.
  • No eating in the field and wash berries at home prior to eating.
  • No pets.
  • No smoking.
Practices we put into place to protect our customers
  • Frequent sanitizing of high traffic and common areas.
  • Limiting number of customers inside the barn/payment area.
  • Requiring customers to wear masks and social distance.
  • Hand washing or sanitizing available for customers.

Farmers Note:

“Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His name. For the LORD is good and His love endures forever.” Psalm 100:4. "The Lord is my Shepherd"...amen! Psalm 23:1