When can you pick strawberries in Connecticut?

When can you pick strawberries in Connecticut?

The Connecticut strawberry season is short, usually lasting only from early or mid-June to early July, so don’t miss out! Just be sure to call ahead to make sure fields are open and full of berries.

Is strawberry season over in CT?

Here in Connecticut, we plant different types of strawberries that yield fruit at different times. So our season runs from early June through early July.

How long is strawberry season CT?

Harvest Calendar / Ripening Dates (Approximate – Check with each farm!)
Crops Early Most Active
Raspberries July 1 July 5 – September 30
Raspberries (Fall and everbearing) July 1 August 1 – September 30
Strawberries May 20 June 5 – June 20

Where to pick your own strawberries in Connecticut?

Pick your own (u-pick) strawberries farms, patches and orchards in Connecticut, CT. Filter by sub-region or select one of u-pick fruits, vegetables, berries. You can load the map to see all places where to pick strawberries in Connecticut, CT for a better overview and navigation.

Are there Strawberry Fields open for pick your own?

With the COVID-19 pandemic, we are super lucky to see the strawberry fields open for pick-your-own. And while the fruit is the same, the rules have changed. Social distancing is a MUST at all fields. Each farm has their own set of rules and it is important to check those out on their Facebook page or their website.

When is the best time to go strawberry picking?

Now that it’s mid-June, you can visit one of the u-pick strawberry patches below, and watch the excitement on kids’ faces as they hunt for the biggest, reddest berries on the farm. In 2020, farms have been hard at work to make the PYO experience safe for visitors.

Where to find you pick farms in Connecticut?

Scroll down this page and select your region of the state for a list of U-Pick farms in Connecticut, sorted by county. Farms offering organic or sustainably grown produce are identified by the words “organic” and/or “sustainable” in green, next to their name (see ” What does Organic mean?