This growing season has been a little unexpected to say the least. With the cold, wet spring – not to mention the incredibly late frost and April snow – our berries are a little behind this year.
Berry Season Has Arrived!
Berry season has arrived!
Andrew’s Farm Stand
Andrew’s Farm Stand is now open 24-7.
Spring is a busy time on the farm and this year has been no exception!
Berry Season is Here!
It’s officially berry season! The weather has not been the most cooperative this year so it will likely be a short season for fresh berries. If you are interested, please call the farm ASAP to place an order. We are picking a range of berries daily including: cherries (sweet and sour), strawberries, currants (black, red, […]
We’ve been busy in the fields this spring. All of the berry bushes have been pruned and given a healthy dose of compost. Andrew has just started picking strawberries, the cherries will follow and should be ready by the end of June, and the currants will be right behind, usually by the second week in […]
We are taking a number of added precautions to ensure the safety of our products and our customers. During this time we are open by appointment only for pick up. Please phone the farm at 250-652-5227 for more information or to arrange a time to visit. As we shift into the summer season we are […]
Find us at these craft fairs this holiday season
We have finished picking cherries, but fear not, our currants, gooseberries and josta berries are ready. Fresh berries available right now include: Black Currants Red Currants White Currants Green Gooseberries Red Gooseberries Josta Berries (a cross between a black currant and a gooseberry) We will have a supply of frozen berries throughout the rest of […]
Andrew was featured on the front page of this Wednesday’s edition of the Peninsula News Review. If you missed it, you can read the article online here.