Closed until August 21, 2020
Closed until August 21, 2020
The following are the guideline we have set in place to deal with the Covid virus. If you show any signs of illness please stay home. Practice social distancing around barns and in the orchard. Masks required in our store and breezeway. If you need a mask, they will be available in our store. Please touch only those fruits and vegetables which you intend to purchase. We have suspended our tractor ride for this season. If you rely on the ride to get around our farm please plan on buying your apples already picked in our store. Cars are allowed in designated parking areas only. Family units should stay together and maintain at least six feet distance from others. Please do not bring containers/baskets from home. We will not accept any old fruit packaging. Thanks for follow these rules and keeping our customers, staff and Bob and me, who are at greater risk safe.
Up-Date April 30, 2020
First of all, the good news. The apple fruit buds are turning pink and should bloom in another week and are looking great! At this point, we’re looking forward to a great u-pick apple season starting around mid-August and running thru October. That said, most of our sweet cherry and peach trees were damaged by the extremely cold weather over the last few winters and we’ve decided to remove them from our orchard. We’ll still have a few peaches for sale in our store in Sept, but no longer for u-pick. We hope that you stay healthy thru these very challenging times, and look forward to seeing you for apple season!
Up-Date Oct 28, 2019
We just want to thank everyone who has come and supported us in the 2019 Apple season. It was one of the most enjoyable seasons I can recall. Bob and I hope you all have a safe and wonderful winter. See you again when the apples are ripe.
Up-Date Oct. 24, 2019
This will be the last weekend of the 2019 apple season and we still have available in the store Red Delicious, Shizuka, Ida Red, Melrose, Jonagold, Cortland, Fuji, Suncrisp and Honeycrisp. For U-pick you’ll find Melrose and Suncrisp in good supply. Our last day will be Sunday October 27th. Hope to see you this weekend.
Up-Date Oct. 17, 2019
It looks like the leaves are starting to change color here in Southwest Michigan, so if you’re planning a trip to see the Color please stop by. This weekend in the store you will find Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Shizuka, Ida Red, Melrose, Jonagold, McIntosh, Cortland, Fuji, Suncrisp and Honeycrisp. For U-pick you’ll find Red Delicious, Melrose and Suncrisp in good supply. Are last day of the 2019 season will be Sunday October 27th. Hope to see you soon.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
18720 Cleveland Ave, Galien, Michigan 49113, United States
We are currently closed for the season.
We grow the following Apples
Coming soon Ambrosia, Johnathan and Premier Honeycrisp
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