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SPRING VALLEY FARM
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CECIL COUNTY, MD

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PICK-YOUR-OWN FRUIT AT IT'S BEST

Spring Valley Farm offers pick-your-own fruit enthusiasts a pristine environment in which to pick blueberries,peaches and Montmorency sour cherries.  We look forward to seeing you at some point during the 2015 season.  Bring a picnic and enjoy the fruit, flowers, birds and pond. 

~ Dan and Elizabeth Derr ~

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Updated: 
July 6, 2015
 
 
Hours: Through July11  
 
Monday - Friday  8 am - 8 pm
Saturday -           8 am - Noon         
   
Ripe Report:
Blueberries: Huge berries throughout the fields! 
 
Peaches:      Yellow,cling - need more sun to ripen. Please check back. Our crop is not up to our usual standard this year. Possibly hard winter damage?  
 
Sour Cherries:  Finished for the season.
 
 
Future plans:
We feel the need to down size our production of fruit in order to continue selling pick your own blueberries. To facilitate this we plan to remove all peach and cherry trees,as well as all blueberry bushes that grow in the field near our pond.  We will also remove all our Bluetta variety of blueberries which ripen early.  They have traditionally accompanied our sour cherries to open our season early. There will still be over 2000 blueberry bushes of multiple varieties for your enjoyment.  
 
 
 
 
 
  
                                 
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Payment:
We accept cash, checks, Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover. 
            
Plan ahead: 
Nature is unpredictable, therefore, THE DAY you plan to drive to our farm, ALWAYS check our ripe report and hours at springvalleyfarm.com or call (1-410-378-3280)  to learn about picking conditions and hours. We update our information daily.
Save money:
Bring your own picking bucket.

Buckets:
You may purchase a bucket for $1.50 at check in. 

Dogs are not allowed on the farm.  Your thoughtfulness in leaving them at home is appreciated.

DIRECTIONS:
Spring Valley Farm is located on Rt.1, 1/4 mile north/east of the  Conowingo traffic light (intersection of Rt.1 and Rt. 222).  The farm is 22 miles north of Bel Air. MD.

From the north east, we are 7 miles south of the PA/MD state line on Rt.1.
From the north, i.e. Lancaster county, take 222 south to Rt. 1.  There will be a traffic light at the intersection of Rt. 222 and Rt. 1. Turn left on Rt. 1 at the traffic light.  We are 1/4 mile from the light on the right side of Rt. 1

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