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In The Market

We have a variety of delicious fruits and vegetables throughout the year in the market. You can see what is in season below.

In addition to fresh fruits and vegetables, we have a large variety of jams, jellies, preserves, apple butter, and much more in the market. There is something truly for everyone.

We Are Open Year-Round 9 AM to 5 PM Every Day

We will be closed Friday-Sunday Christmas Weekend, Saturday & Sunday New Years Weekend, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Black Friday.

What’s In The Market

Please Be Aware That Things Do Sell Out Regularly

Fruit: 

  • Strawberries
  • Seedless Watermelon

Fresh Produce:

  • Potatoes – White and Sweet
  • Garlic
  • Onions
  • Tomatoes
  • Corn
  • Squash – Zucchini and Yellow
  • Green Beans
  • Other fresh, local produce

How to Care For Your Fruit Guide

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What Comes In When?

What Comes In When?

July
  • Ginger Gold. A sweet, tart, great eating all-purpose apple.
  • June. Small, used mostly in jellies.
  • Zestar. Crisp, sweet tart flavor.
August
  • Blondee. Mildly sweet flavor, good eating.
  • Detroit Red. Tart, great for applesauce.
  • Gala. Sweet, crisp eating apple.
  • Golden Supreme. Sweet, good eating.
  • Jonathon. Tart, good cooking and eating.
September
  • Ambrosia. Sweet eating apple; great crunch.
  • Cameo. Sweet, spicy, firm, crunchy.
  • Crimson Crisp. Rich, sweet-tart flavor; extremely crisp.
  • Empire. Sweet, tart dessert apple – great flavor.
  • Jona Prince. Large, crisp, sweet/tart.
  • Mcintosh. Tart, thin skin apple; great for pies.
  • Mutzu (Crispin). Sweet, tart, good all purpose apple.
October
  • Arkansas Black. Tart, very firm, keeps very well, good for pies.
  • Braeburn. Sweet, tart, very juicy, good all purpose apple.
  • Candy Crisp. Mild – pear like flavor; good for eating.
  • Fuji. Firm, crunchy, sweet, excellent for eating, juice and pies.
  • Granny Smith. Tart, excellent for eating, juice and pies.
  • Gold Rush. Sweet, tart, juicy, good eating.
  • Hampshire. Mildly sweet; good eating.
  • Pink Lady. Sweet, tart, juicy, good eating, all purpose apple.
  • Splendor. Very sweet, crunchy, juicy, excellent eating.
  • Stayman Winesap. Crisp, juicy, sweet, tart, good all purpose.
  • Topaz. Sweet and tangy.
  • Yates. Juicy red apple, has its best flavor after first frost.

July

  • Ginger Gold. A sweet, tart, great eating all-purpose apple.
  • June. Small, used mostly in jellies.
  • Zestar. Crisp, sweet tart flavor.

August

  • Blondee. Mildly sweet flavor, good eating.
  • Detroit Red. Tart, great for applesauce.
  • Gala. Sweet, crisp eating apple.
  • Golden Supreme. Sweet, good eating.
  • Jonathon. Tart, good cooking and eating.

September

  • Ambrosia. Sweet eating apple; great crunch.
  • Cameo. Sweet, spicy, firm, crunchy.
  • Crimson Crisp. Rich, sweet-tart flavor; extremely crisp.
  • Empire. Sweet, tart dessert apple – great flavor.
  • Jona Prince. Large, crisp, sweet/tart.
  • Mcintosh. Tart, thin skin apple; great for pies.
  • Mutzu (Crispin). Sweet, tart, good all purpose apple.

October

  • Arkansas Black. Tart, very firm, keeps very well, good for pies.
  • Braeburn. Sweet, tart, very juicy, good all purpose apple.
  • Candy Crisp. Mild – pear like flavor; good for eating.
  • Fuji. Firm, crunchy, sweet, excellent for eating, juice and pies.
  • Granny Smith. Tart, excellent for eating, juice and pies.
  • Gold Rush. Sweet, tart, juicy, good eating.
  • Hampshire. Mildly sweet; good eating.
  • Pink Lady. Sweet, tart, juicy, good eating, all purpose apple.
  • Splendor. Very sweet, crunchy, juicy, excellent eating.
  • Stayman Winesap. Crisp, juicy, sweet, tart, good all purpose.
  • Topaz. Sweet and tangy.
  • Yates. Juicy red apple, has its best flavor after first frost.

Activities

See What's Going On At The Orchard

The Cafe

Open 9 AM to 1 PM On Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays

Strawberry U-Pick

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Hard Cider

Pressed right here at the Orchard.