It’s been an interesting spring to put it mildly. We had a beautiful bloom and then it got really cold for one night. The freezing temperatures damaged a fair number of the cherry, apple, and pear blossoms but thankfully a good share of the apple blossoms made it through. We will still have apples to pick this fall! That being said, the cherries and pears will have a smaller crop this year unfortunately. We are still assessing the cherry crop and will announce as soon as we can as to when and how we will be open for cherry harvest- typically the last two weeks of July.
With over 40 varieties of apples, pears, and tart cherries, there’s fruit for everyone.
They’re crunchy on the outside, and soft therein. Made fresh every day and sometimes all day.
There’s fun to be had alongside the picking!
Pristine, Paulared, Jerseymac, William’s Pride, and Red Free apples are ripe and ready to pick. The elderberries are picking now too!
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