Patrick’s Berry Farm is closed for the 2017 season.
The berry farm is closed for the rest of the 2017 season, thanks to all who stopped by.
In the store we have a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Some of the many fruits we have are apples, pears, peaches, melons, watermelons, currants, berries, etc. and for vegetables we have fingerling potatoes, squash, zucchini, beans, cauliflower, red onions, white onions, corn, carrots, broccoli, and tomatoes.
You have found the place to get the freshest, best tasting fruits and vegetables around. Patrick has naturally developed the perfect tomatoes, peppers, etc. by selecting veggies with ideal characteristics, harvesting seeds, and replanting. This process has been a work-in-progress for the last 20 years. The overall taste, texture, size, color and juiciness can’t be beat!
Throughout the growing season Patrick’s Garden and Berry Farm will have a large variety of berries and apples, along with the Heirloom tomatoes, summer squash, carrots, peppers, cucumbers, corn, melons, potatoes, and a variety of other summer vegetable essentials. Our products are a seasonal commodity, so please check the website, Facebook, or give us a call or email to find out what is available.
“Apple Hill” is here! Labor Day is opening weekend as the apples are starting to roll in. Patrick specializes in unique and antique varieties, we have your favorites of today and some you haven’t tasted since your childhood.
Hours: Saturday & Sunday 8am-5pm,
We invite you all back to the store and see what we’ve been up to. Remember to pack a picnic and enjoy the fresh mountain air and beautiful scenery. No pets, please!
Visit us at the following Farmers Markets
Wednesdays in Chavez Plaza at 10th and J
Saturdays at Sunrise light rail parking lot, Country Club Mall at Watt and El Camino, Midtown at K and 20th, and at the Davis Farmers’ Market in Central Park.
Sundays we can be found under the freeway at 5th and W. Each week at the farmers’ markets you will not only find our delectable berries, but our other fine produce as well.