Haskaps and Blueberries







“On earth there is no heaven, but there are pieces of it” – Jules Rehard


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In 2019 we planted our first Haskaps’ bushes. Haskaps contain valuable nutrients like vitamin C, anthocyanins and other antioxidants, as well as fiber and potassium. They supply more antioxidants than red raspberries, wild blueberries, cranberries and strawberries. Many varieties produce berries that are excellent eaten fresh, straight off the shrub, but the berries are superb for jam, pies, tarts or any favorite recipe that calls for berries. Some claim that haskaps make a better muffin than the blueberry because the skin disintegrates when cooked. Substitute for blueberries in your favorite muffin recipe and see for yourself.



Closed for season

Tuesday to Friday 8am to 6pm

Saturday 8am to 4pm

Sunday 12:30pm to 5pm




In early Spring 2010 Seamans’ Orchard planted their Blueberry Patch. Our blueberry bushes are planted on weed free raised beds.

Seamans’ Blueberry Patch opens in June. A definite opening date is decided by Mother Nature. We can only give a rough estimate. Mother Nature has the final say. Please call us to confirm a definite opening date.

Pick-Your-Own Blueberries


Tuesday to Friday 8am to 6pm

Saturday 8am to 4pm

Sunday 12:30pm to 5pm

Due to Food Safety Regulations

No pets please, SERVICE Animals ONLY!

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We have pick-your-own blueberries and pre-picked blueberries upon request. We offer containers to use when picking or you can bring your own. Our blueberries are sold by the pound if you pick them or by the pint or quart if they are pre-picked. We ask that you call ahead to reserve pre-picked blueberries.

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