Welcome to West Union Gardens
West Union Gardens is a family farm near Hillsboro, Oregon, which is open to the public during Oregon's bountiful berry season. We raise dozens of varieties of berries for u-pickers and for sale already picked in our farm stand.
The farmstand and u-pick are open 8am-8pm, Monday-Saturday, closed on Sundays. The sunflower field is open sunrise to sunset, every day (read more below).
U-picking: Blueberries are plentiful today, and Triple Crowns are open for a first picking!
Coming up: Chester thornless blackberries start mid-August. Fall raspberries begin late August and produce through September. Eggplants are available to pick today, but the peppers need longer before they are ready. By late August the tomatoes & table grapes will begin.
If you're planning to come at a later date, please check back here to make sure the crops you want are available that day - we sometimes have to close a field for ripening.
You may bring your own containers from home for picking, but we also have trays and buckets for sale if you need them.
In our farmstand today: Pickling cucumbers, onions & garlic, dill, summer squash, and delicious jams all made from our own fruit.
Pickling cucumbers are harvested on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Small (3-5") and jumbo cucumbers will be available online after 2pm of the day they are picked. Pre-order is not available as quantities can vary wildly each picking with changes in nighttime temperatures, dew points, etc. We almost always have plenty of medium (5"+) cukes available in the farmstand for your sliced pickles, relish or salads.
You can find the "online ordering" button on this page.
Our first sunflower field is getting past its peak now, but it is still colorful. We are no longer selling tickets online for that field, but you are welcome to visit and pay in person. We have a second field planted which will be ready in August! Tickets will be available as soon as we can see when the field will be in bloom. Please read more on our "Flower Field" page.
28 July 2021