A fourth-generation family farm in eastern Washington’s Yakima Valley, owners Mark and Cheryl Barrett thrill customers with their sensationally sweet and plump cherries.
“Our customers look for quality,” says Cheryl. “Although we have lots of locals coming to us, many travel well over 150 miles to get their tree-ripened fruit fix.” In fact, one couple was so enamored with their cherries they had to have them special-delivered in time for their daughter’s wedding.
It’s been over a century since Mark’s great grandfather William Barrett moved to the Northwest from Oaklahoma in 1908 to strike “apple gold.” Mark and Cheryl have since diversified their crop to include cherries and other stone fruit, but the ideal growing conditions of Barrett Orchards remain. The dry climate (which reduces pests and insects), sunshine, cold evenings, rich volcanic soils and pristine snowmelt from the Cascade Mountains make it one of the best cherry-growing regions.
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