We open for apple picking on August 25 and will be open until approximately November 5

Harvest Calendar:

Ginger GoldAugust 25FinishedSweet & mildly tart
McIntoshSept 7FinishedTender, juicy, aromatic, tart-sweet
CortlandSept 21FinishedTart with hint of sweet and tangy
GalaSept 7FinishedCrisp, firm, juicy, mild and sweet
Honey CrispSept 21Finished but ready pick availableCrisp, juicy, mild, honeyed flavour
EmpireSept 28FinishedSweet-tart, juicy cross between Red Delicious and McIntosh
AmbrosiaSept 28FinishedJuicy, Honeyed Flavour
Golden DeliciousSept 28October 21Crisp, mild, sweet
JonagoldOctober 3 October 28Crisp, juicy, sweet
MutsuOctober 3October 28Sweet-tart, distinct flavor
Northern SpyOctober 3October 28Sweet, mildly tart
Red DeliciousOctober 3November 5Sweet, juicy
Red FujiOctober 13November 5Mild sweet, juicy, firm
Please note that when varieties become ready, we are typically picking them for about 3 weeks.
Apples don′t have fat, cholesterol or sodium, which may help maintain heart health and a healthy weight.
Apples contain small amounts of potassium, which may promote heart health and help maintain healthy blood pressure.
The skin of an apple can have 6 times more antioxidants than the flesh.
Apples do have lots of soluble and insoluble fiber. Fiber may help promote heart health and maintain regularity.
Apples and apple juice are two important foods contributing the mineral boron to the diet, which may promote bone health.
Apples contain a large amount of minerals and vitamins that can strengthen the blood.

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