People are starting to plant their gardens, and at the you pick Rocky Creek Farm in Bozeman, they are preparing for strawberry and raspberry season.
"We're specializing in five or six different crops and one of them is strawberries," said Rocky Creek owner Pete Fey.
The farm grows all the produce and then lets families pick it themselves to take home.
"A u-pick farm is the concept where I grow it, you come pick it. If you're going to have a u-pick farm you're got to like people, which I do," Fey said.
The farm also grows apples, tomatoes, pumpkins, and even Christmas trees, but one fruit stands out as the most difficult.
"I think the hardest thing to grow is strawberries. People don't realize that we are in the strawberry patch almost on a weekly basis weeding, fertilizing, mulching them with straw, planting them. We planted them about three weeks ago, it's just a very difficult crop to grow," Fey said.
Strawberry picking season starts July 10th.
To learn more about Rocky Creek Farm you can visit their website by clicking here.