It’s Strawberry Season in Michigan, Here’s Where To Go
When I think of strawberry season my mouth starts to water, why, because I start thinking about one of my favorite desserts. Strawberry shortcake with lots of whip cream. Or how about homemade strawberry shakes, and of course chocolate-covered strawberries.
YUM. Well, the season is underway here in the Mitten now through mid-July.
This Is Why You Should Hurry
Look for Michigan strawberries in-store now, Strawberries are the sweethearts of summertime! Yep, most Michigan strawberries are picked by visitors at u-pick farms says amp/freep.com. You better not blink either or you will miss it, because the season is short running 3 to 4 weeks. It all depends on the crop, the weather, and the farm location.
Where Should I Go?
There are farms that offer or will be offering U-pick strawberries. Many of course will also have already-picked ones, and prices can be different depending on where. Always good to call ahead for picking times, hours, and rules. For U-pick farms in Micgians go michiganfarmfun.com. Here is a list;
Blake's Orchard & Cider Mill, 17985 Armada Center Road, Armada. 586-784-5343 or blakefarms.com/orchardcidermill.
Diederich's Berry and Produce Farm, 3537 Morrice Road, Webberville. 517-521-4667.
Middleton Berry Farm, 4790 Oakwood, Ortonville. 248-831-1004 or middletonberryfarm.com.
Rowe's Produce Farm, 10570 Martz, Ypsilanti. 734-482-8538 or rowesproducefarm.com.
Spicer Orchards, 10411 Clyde, Fenton. 810-632-7692 or spicerorchards.com.
Verellen Orchards & Cider Mill, 63260 Van Dyke, Washington Township. 586-752-2989 or verellenorchards.com.
This is delicious fun for the whole family as we head into summer, enjoy.