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Fruit

Season Harvests

GWHFlowers2013-21June 21st 2017: Berries!  Strawberries continue to produce plenty for picking, and the fields remain open this week for picking.  One of our raspberry varieties is ready to pick, and others are soon to follow.  Blueberries are just days away, looking like this weekend.    Check Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and our homepage “In Harvest and Current Happenings” for the latest on berries.

Cherries should be in next week – no u-pick this year, trees are still too young for production.mm

Hundreds of young fruit trees planted out behind the berries will soon produce cherries, peaches, pluots, apples and apricots.  We can’t wait and will keep you posted as soon as they come into production.

Peaches, apples and pears will start in August.  Pears and apples will continue straight through fall until we close for the winter.  But, we don’t even need to think about fall and winter yet!

Bring the kids, grandkids or the whole family!  We hope you will delight in our high density u-pick orchard and enjoy harvesting your own food and celebrating this beautiful valley.

 

How Fruit Should Really Taste

We love selling fruit directly to consumers.  It allows us to ensure our product is fresh, affordable and that we are passing on to our customers the benefit of purchasing fruit directly from farmers.  Crisp apples, properly ripened pears and carefully handled stone fruits are worth making a special stop for.  Let us share our knowledge, recipes, and passion with you!

 

Meet Barry and Patrick

IMG_9355These hard working brothers bring three generations of farming knowledge out to work with them every day.  What results is only the best, high quality fruit.  They guarantee it and insist on it.  Visit our fruit stand and take home the freshest fruit in the valley, often picked that same morning! (Click here to meet the family.)