Bailey's U-pick garden is part of the 5th generation Bailey family farm on 400
acres in the Snohomish Valley.  Bailey's u-pick started as a two acre  garden
in 1986 and now offers over 40 acres of u-pick.  In October, Bailey
Vegetables has acres of u-pick pumpkins, wagon rides and a kid's play barn.

In 1913, A.M. and Ellen Bailey purchased the first 40 acres of the
Bailey farm along the Snohomish River where they raised oxen and feed
crops. Their son, Earle Bailey and family started a dairy operation in 1918
and continued to expand the farm to the size it is now.  The dairy was in
operation until 1995.  Over the years, various crops have been raised on the
farm including broccoli, peas, corn and wheat.

The farm started Bailey Compost in 1995.  The farm also raises holstein
cows and grows acres of wheat and field corn.
Bailey Compost
We accept clean green yard clippings and have compost for
sale.  We spread compost on our garden every year to build up
the soil, add organic nutrients, and help retain moisture during
the dry summer months.