OVER 20 VARIETIES OF APPLES

Our orchards are currently closed. Please check back in the fall to see what varieties will be available for U-Pick each weekend.

 

In the meantime, take a look at our "Harvest Calendar" below to see when your favorite of our 20 varieties of apples will be ripe and ready to pick.

HARVEST CALENDAR

 

AUGUST

  • McIntosh

    Late August

    With red and green skin, this apple is noted for a tart flavor and a tender white flesh.

  • Concord Grapes

    Late August

    With a thick dark purple skin and crunchy seeds, concord grapes are widely valued for use as table grapes, wine grapes, juice grapes and especially to make jellies and jams.

  • Raspberries

    Early August

    Raspberries are similar to blackberries but are a little more tart, followed by a nice sweetness.

  • Blackberries

    Early August

    Juicy blackberries offer a slightly tart, sweet flavor and just a little bit of a ribbed texture.

  • Redfree

    Early August

    Flavor is a mild balance of sweet & tart with thick skin, firm flesh and crisp texture. Ideal for fresh eating.

  • Gale Gala

    Mid August

    Notable for its full, bright red coloration, firmness, and sweet taste. Works well when enjoyed fresh, cooked, and especially suitable for creating sauces.

  • Ruby Mac

    Mid August

    Crisp & juicy with a pleasant balance of sweet & tart flavor. A member of the Macintosh family, it is a great apple for eating & for applesauce.

  • Daybreak Fuji

    Late August

    A crisp, sweet and very firm early variety of Fuji. Great for snacking, salads, baking and sauce.

  • Golden Delicious

    Late August

    A firm, crisp and white-fleshed apple with a balanced sweet & tart “honeyed” flavor. Good for eating fresh, salads and baking.

  • Honeycrisp

    Late August

    Known for their juicy, sweet & crisp characteristics, with a refreshing flavor similar to fresh apple cider. Good for snacking, salads, juicing, baking and freezing.

SEPTEMBER

  • Melrose

    Early September

    Firm, coarse, juicy apple with slightly acidic flavor. Good for cooking & for use in desserts.

  • Elderberries

    Early September

    This dark purple berry is praised for its immune-boosting benefits and is often used to make juice, jams, pies and more.

  • Stayman

    Mid September

    Lively flavor and a juicy, smooth texture has made the Stayman a long time favorite red apple. Great when eaten fresh or when cooked.

  • Spartan

    Mid September

    Often a favorite among children, the Spartan is a small sweet apple with a satisfying sugar rush! It is great for eating, as well as juicing.

  • Mutsu

    Mid September

    A lovely sweet apple with a honeyed flavor. It is both pleasant as a dessert apple and versatile in the kitchen.

  • Red Gravenstein

    Mid September

    A crisp, juicy, flavorful & tart apple with a green & red-striped skin. Famous for sauce & baking, as well as eating fresh.

  • Gibson Golden

    Mid September

    A russet-resistant selection of the Golden Delicious apple. Fruit is firm, sweet, juicy and large is size. Good for eating & cooking.

  • Red Delicious

    Mid September

    Recognized for its deep red skin and mildly sweet flavor, the Red Delicious Apple is good for eating fresh and in salads.

  • Red Cameo

    Late September

    A perfect balance of sweet & tart, you can enjoy hints of both honey and citrus flavor in the Red Cameo Apple. This is a diverse apple that can be used in any application.

  • Smokehouse

    Late September

    With red-striped skin tinged with yellow and a firm and juicy flesh, this apple has a lively flavor and is a pleasant dessert apple. Great for fresh eating, cooking, baking and excellent for apple cider.

OCTOBER

  • Rome

    Early October

    A large, round, red apple used primarily for cooking.

  • Pumpkins

    Early October

    Pumpkin is a more savory squash, but it's commonly, sweetened and wonderful desserts and pies.

  • Granny Smith

    Early October

    An irresistible classic featuring a crisp bite and sweet-tart flavor. Perfect for eating fresh, baking and making cider.

  • Winecrisp

    Early October

    A deep-red fruit that is sweet, juicy and firm making it a perfect dessert apple. Also great for baking.

  • Aztec Fuji

    Early October

    A crisp, juicy apple with a predominantly sweet and refreshing taste. Great for eating fresh.

  • Enterprise

    Mid October

    Firm and crisp, with a spicy aroma and mild tartness. Good for eating fresh, and great for baking, where its tart flavor can be showcased.

  • GoldRush

    Mid October

    Has a tart, tangy flavor that sweetens with age. Excellent fresh or in pies and crisps.

  • Pink Lady

    Late October

    An initial taste of tart, followed by just the right amount of sweet. The Pink Lady's unique flavor makes it a great dessert apple. Good for eating fresh or baking.

  • Arkansas Black

    Late October

    A Firm and crisp apple with a flavor that improves after 30 days in the refrigerator. Great for baking, apple butter, making cider and juicing.