Fruits & Vegetables
Blueberry season typically lasts from August to September. We sell boxes of blueberries in store and also offer PYO blueberries when available.
Our blueberry season is currently over but follow us on Facebook or Instagram to stay updated on when blueberries are available in store and for picking.
Peaches season is from late July to early September.
This year we lost our harvest during the deep freeze in February. Through a friend of a friend, there is a family orchard in PA that had a bumper crop of peaches. We love peaches and figured Northeast peaches were much better than any other. We are selling these peaches in the store and grateful for everyone’s support through this hard time.
Nectarines, Plums, Pears & More
We also grow a variety of other fruits including nectarines, plums, pears, cherries and apricots. Nectarine, plum, and pear season lasts from late July through September. Apricot season is in August and Cherry season is in late August.
Due to the deep freeze in February, we currently do not have any nectarines, plums, pears, cherries or apricots this year.
We also grow a large selection of vegetables such as beans, squash, herbs (basil, cilantro, dill), garlic, potatoes, tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage, pumpkins and more. We do carry local sweet corn when available. All produce is available in the store when in season.
Plan Your Trip
Picking is typically open from Labor Day Weekend to Columbus Day, depending on weather and apples. There are a number of apple varieties are available in our "Pick Your Own" orchards, where high density dwarf trees and semi-dwarf trees make picking easy, with no climbing.
Farm staff are on hand to advise should it be your first apple picking experience. We encourage you to spend the time to enjoy the view, a crisp autumn day, an orchard picnic as well as your own freshly picked apples.