Click on the tab “Our Apples” for more detailed information on the varieties we grow.
DECEMBER 7 – Sales have continued to be brisk since Thanksgiving. Here are the varieties that we still have in the market: Honey Crisp(very limited quantity) PINK LADY, GOLD RUSH, GOLDEN DELICIOUS, NITTANY, CRIMSON CRISP, JONAGOLD, MUTSU, and STAYMEN WINESAP. We still have fresh cider. Just a reminder that our last day of the season is SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18.
NOVEMBER 5 APPLE UPDATE – Granny Smith, Gold Rush, Pink Lady and Fuji are now available in the market in addition to the lists below. Cortland and Jonathan are done for this season. And of course, we still have fresh cider.
**** Our hours will be changing as of NOVEMBER 1 – WE’LL BE OPEN 10a.m. til 5p.m. Tuesdays to Sundays, closed Mondays.*****
October 22 Apple Update: The following varieties are now available in addition to the list below: Nittany, Melrose, Mutsu, Stayman/Winesap, Northern Spy, Ida Red, Rome and York. We have limited quantities of some of these varieties.
OCTOBER 12 APPLE UPDATE – Somehow Red Delicious was left off the list for the weekend – they are available. So right now you’ll find Golden and Red Delicious, Macoun, Honey Crisp, Crimson Crisp, Cortland, Gala, McIntosh, Empire, Jonagold, Fuji, Jonathan. The following are done – Jonamac, Zestar and Golden Supreme.
October 8 – In addition to Golden Delicious, Empire, Macouns and Jonagold are now available. Early Fuji and Ginger Gold are done for the season. While we still have a good supply, due to very strong demand, the Honey Crisp is likely not going to last until we close for the season. We’ll let you know their availability in the coming weeks.
October 5 – Golden Delicious are in the market! And we’ve got a wonderful eating apple, Crimson Crisp.
Early Fuji, Jonamac, Cortland, Ginger Gold and Jonathan, Golden Supreme are nearly all gone….Still a good supply of Honey Crisp, Autumn Crisp, Zestar! Gala, McIntosh, Crimson Crisp. We expect the Empire, Red Delicious, Macoun and Jonagold to be ready by the weekend.
SEPT 10 – CIDER IS AVAILABLE while supplies last. McIntosh and a limited quantity of Autumn Crisp are in.
AUGUST 30 – HONEY CRISP, JONATHAN AND GALA are now available.
APPLE VARIETY UPDATE for opening day, Thursday, August 25, 2016 : GINGER GOLD, RAMBO, GOLDEN SUPREME (a sweet eating variety with some Golden Delicious undertones), and ZESTAR! (a sweet/tart eating apple) for opening on Aug. 25. Gala should be ready next week. Hope to see you in the market soon!
Please note these CHANGES FOR THE 2016 SEASON…..
SOME IMPORTANT NEWS….We will be changing our hours a little bit this year. We’re hoping it makes it easier for those of you who want to come after work or later in the day. Please let us know your thoughts.
OUR NEW HOURS FOR 2016 (opening Thurs Aug 25)
TUESDAY to FRIDAY – 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
SATURDAY and SUNDAY – 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
We look forward to welcoming both “old and new” customers. We will definitely have Ginger Gold and a couple of other varieties may also be ready and will update the site as soon as we can. Ripeness is key and patience is a virtue!
We will not have fresh cider for opening. Stay tuned on cider availability.
Thank you to all of our valued customers for supporting our business in 2015.
We wish you a very Merry Christmas and Health, Joy and Prosperity in the New Year!
We will be opened weekends in March. Watch this space for more details. Those of you who have pre-ordered apples will hear from us in March when your apples are ready for pick-up.
SEPTEMBER 2015 – We are opened for the season. Look for some new varieties (check out the Home page for regular updates) and fresh cider weekly. We hope to see you soon!
We are opened 7 days a week (closed on Thanksgiving Day only) from 10a.m. til 5p.m.
We have a bumper crop of apples this year and will be opened until December 20, 2015.
*****Please note: We accept CASH or CHECK (with proper ID) and valid FMNP vouchers only.
If you have a larger order or any special requests, please call ahead.
HEARD IN THE MARKET…..“We’ll be back soon. These are the first apples of the season. He’s going to go through these like a buzzsaw.”