The Homestead Organic Farm

Certified Organic Produce and Hay

Farming in Peachland, British Columbia, we grow organic veggies and hay. 



Hi folks! I'll be sourcing cases of conventional blueberries  on Thursday, July 13, with delivery or pickup on later that day and on Friday, July 14. These are the ones I source every year from a friend in Langley. They're usually very good. Vanessa and I put 125 lb in our freezer every year. 

I'll arrive home with the berries in the mid-afternoon this Thursday.  As for delivery or pickup, here's what I've got in mind:

Peachland: I plan to deliver them in the mid-afternoon on my way home

Westbank: I'll try to arrange to drop them at L'Oven near the bus station

Kelowna: I can deliver to some of you; some may have to pick up from my farm on Thursday eve or Friday.

If for some reason I can't source the fruit (occasionally, weather disrupts the harvest) you'll be fully refunded. 

My number is 250 767 6636 if there are any questions.


Conventional blueberries by the 10 lb case. These are produced by a family friend. I put 125 lb in my freezer every year. They're generally very  nice berries. Large and sweet. Scott, the farmer, only uses organic sprays once the fruit has set on the plants. More production details here.

What does 10 lb look like? That's two large freezer bags, jammed pretty full. 

Once you've added your items, look for the cart button in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Click it to finish your order. I'll be in touch by July 12 with a confirmation email. 

Order deadline: Wednesday,  July 12 at 5pm, or until I sell out.

Blueberries, 10 lb case
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