OVER 23 VARIETIES OF APPLES

We are proud to have over 23 varieties of apples available in our U-Pick orchards in addition to peaches, blueberries and pumpkins, and each variety becomes ripe at different times throughout the harvest season. To find when your favorite produce will be ready, what we are picking this weekend and what is available in our market, click the links below.

AVAILABLE FOR U-PICK THIS WEEKEND

 
  • Elderberries

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

  • Concord Grapes

    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

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

  • Pumpkins

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

  • Enterprise

    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.

  • Gale Gala

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

  • Gibson Golden

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

  • Red Delicious

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

IN THE MARKET THIS WEEKEND

 
  • McIntosh

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

  • Pumpkins

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

  • Gale Gala

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

  • Daybreak Fuji

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

  • Golden Delicious

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

  • Gibson Golden

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

  • Red Delicious

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

  • Mutsu

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

HARVEST CALENDAR

 

JULY

  • Peaches

    Late July

    A peach is a soft, round, slightly furry fruit with sweet yellow flesh and pinky-orange skin. They make a mean pie or cobbler.

  • Blueberries

    Late July

    Blueberries offer a bright, intense, delightfully juicy sweet treat right off the bush or in or on top of all kinds of desserts.

SEPTEMBER

  • Melrose

    Early September

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

  • Elderberries

    Early September

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

  • Stayman

    Mid September

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

  • Gibson Golden

    Mid September

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

  • Spartan

    Mid September

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

  • Red Delicious

    Mid September

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

  • Mutsu

    Mid September

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

  • Red Gravenstein

    Mid September

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

  • Red Cameo

    Late September

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

  • Smokehouse

    Late September

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

AUGUST

  • Redfree

    Early August

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

  • Blackberries

    Early August

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

  • Raspberries

    Early August

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

OCTOBER

  • Rome

    Early October

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

  • Granny Smith

    Early October

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

  • Pumpkins

    Early October

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

  • 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.

  • GoldRush

    Mid October

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

  • 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.

  • 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.