2023 SEASON OPENING FRIDAY MAY 26TH!
Friday thru Sunday (Including Memorial Day 🇺🇸)
9am to 3pm for 3 or 4 weekends
FREE ADMISSION | NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED | $6 / Pound
ADDRESS - 11560 N. Lower Sacramento Rd., Lodi, CA 95242
TEXT - (209) 642-4295
A unique and family-friendly Orchard Experience! Lodi Blooms provides you the opportunity to experience first-hand the true essence of farm-to-table produce. With several convenient options, you can enjoy deliciously sweet, plump, and firm cherries directly from our orchard! Choose the family-friendly u-pick option and join us in the orchard.
Another excellent way to enjoy Lodi Blooms in person is by booking a guided tour with us - pick cherries while learning all about them, too! Take a walk through the orchard with our resident expert farmer, James Chinchiolo, and discover how cherries go from our farm to your table!
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From mid-May to mid-June, we open the orchard and invite you to pick all that you want! Bring your family and create great memories by spending quality time outdoors while filling your bag with the most delicious cherries in California! You decide how much you pick! Cherries are purchased per pound.
Lodi Blooms Location
Lodi Blooms Location
11560 North Lower Sacramento Rd,
Lodi, CA 95242
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS & RULES
- What is your address and how do we get to the orchard? - Our address is 11560 N. Lower Sacramento Road, Lodi, CA 95242. Our entrance is off of Lower Sacramento Road and to be neighborly we ask you to avoid using Mettler Road.
- Do you have a map of the Orchard? - Yes! See link above :)
- When is the orchard open for annual the u-pick event? - We open when the cherries ripen, usually the first or second week of May, and remain open for approximately 3 to 4 weeks of the season. Our hours are generally Friday through Sunday 9am to 3pm.
- What variety of cherries do you have? - We grow the delicious Bing, Brooks, Coral Champagne, Lapin, and Tulare cherries in our orchard.
- What forms of payment are accepted at the annual u-pick event? - We accept cash and credit card.
- Where do we park and is there a fee for parking? - We have plenty of parking at the orchard grounds and parking is free.
- Are restrooms available? - Yes, there are portable restrooms on-site.
- Is there a fee to enter the orchard? - Nope.
- Can we have picnics? - No. At this time, we are unable to accommodate picnics or other manners of extended congregating.
- Can we bring dogs/pets? - No. Except for registered service dogs leashed on certified harnesses and managed by handler, no other pets or animals are allowed in the orchard.
- How do we know which cherries are ripe and ready to pick? - If you're not sure, please ask us! Our orchard educators are happy to explain and to share information with you. Remember, you are buying what you are picking, so be sure that you pick based on the perfect ripeness for you! Our orchard educators will get you set-up with bag-lined buckets and will point you in direction of the designated rows which are open for picking on the day you arrive.
- Are ladders provided? - You will not need a ladder to pick. Our trees are trained such that much of the fruit is within reach.
- What else should we know? - Wear comfortable shoes, ideally closed-toe. The orchard grounds are uneven and full of tufts of grass and watering trenches.
What to wear
It can be warm in Lodi in late Spring. We suggest that you wear layers and we recommend that you wear hats and sunscreen. Plus, we suggest that you bring water.
- Do not bring ice chests, coolers, or backpacks. Buckets or Bags will be provided to you for picking.
- Do not climb the trees or pull down the branches.
- Keep children with you at all times.
- In the event that a ladder is needed, we will provide it. Children under the age of 18 are not permitted to climb the ladders. Never climb to the very top step of our ladders.
- Absolutely no drugs, alcohol, or smoking of any kind at the orchard grounds.
- Please do not climb the trees. Please do not allow children to climb the trees.