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Blueberries

Blueberries are the healthiest berry. Blueberries are bursting with nutrition, antioxidants and flavor while being very low in calories. Blueberries range in flavor from sweet to tart and tangy. They are deep in color, ranging from blue to purple and range in size of a small pea to a marble. Blueberries are great in muffins, pie, cobbler, cheesecake, ice cream, & as a snack.

Blueberry season typically starts early July and ends early August

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Triple Crowns

Triple Crown is a type of blackberry that is 3 times the size of a regular blackberry. This is a big, black, glossy, sweet, and juicy blackberry. Not as seedy as most blackberries. High in antioxidants. Triple Crown is great in pies, jam, smoothies, ice cream, & freezing.

Triple Crown Blackberry season starts August and ends in Mid-September

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Strawberries

Oregon strawberries are known everywhere for their exceptionally intense taste, deep red color both inside and out, and natural, juicy sweetness in every bite. These are qualities that make our strawberries so wonderful to eat, freeze, bake, and can with. Strawberries are a good source of vitamin C, fiber, folic acid, and potassium. They contain a number of antioxidant compounds that help you stay healthy. When it comes to fruit, there's nothing better than Oregon Strawberries.

Strawberry season starts early June and last until early July

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Raspberries

Raspberries are different from blackberries in that the fruit has a hollow core that remains on the plant when you pick the raspberry.

Red Raspberries are a favorite fruit to many. These berries are small, red, flavorful and have small seeds. Raspberries are a type of bramble or �Cane Berry�. Raspberries are high in antioxidants, potassium, vitamin A and calcium. This berry has many uses which include: jam, jelly, puree, smoothies, ice cream, pies, and many more.

Red Raspberry season starts early June and last until early July

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Boysenberries

Boysenberries are a cross between a Logan, Raspberry, and a Pacific Blackberry. Boysenberries are a glossy, large, juicy berry with large seeds, and a deep maroon color. This berry�s flavor is best described as a mix between a raspberry with more tart undertone of a blackberry. Boysenberries are great as a snack as well as in pies, jams, preserves, and frozen.

Boysenberry season starts early July and ends early August

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Marionberries

Marionberries are Known as the �Cabernet of Blackberries� for its complex, rich earthy flavor. Marionberries are known for their deep reddish purple color. Packed with hints of sweet and lively tartness, they are plump, and juicy and have less seeds than their counterparts. Marions are a cross between the Chehalem and Olallieberry blackberries. Marions capture the best attributes from both berries, an aromatic bouquet and an intense blackberry flavor. They Contain high levels of strong antioxidants such as Vitamin C, gallic acid and rutin that help promote circulatory health and fight against cancer. These berries are excellent in pies, jam, cobbler, ice cream, and smoothies. Marions are better to freeze than most blackberries due to them being able to hold their shape after thawing.

Marionberry season typically starts early July and ends early August

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