What we grow
Fall is the best time of the year! Stop on in to try over 20 varieties of locally grown apples in our store. Our family works hard all year to bring you the best apples in Western New York.
We know we have an apple for your taste!
Current Varieties In Stock:
Cornell #1 (Pink Luster)
2020 Controlled Atmosphere Apples*
*Controlled Atmosphere (CA) Storage is the most advanced method for keeping apples harvest fresh. In CA storage, the temperature, humidity, oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide are monitored and controlled, which keeps the apples in peak condition. CA storage is a non-chemical process.
Varieties: (approximate harvest date)
Paula Red (8/22); Ginger Gold (8/26); Sweet Maia (8/26); Premier Honeycrisp (9/1); Gala (9/5); Sweet Tango (9/5); Jonamac (9/12); Honeycrisp (9/15); Twenty-Ounce (9/15); McIntosh (9/18); Twenty-Once (9/18); Empire (9/18); Cortland (9/20); SnapDragon (9/25); Jonagold (10/4); Macoun (10/5); Red Delicious (10/5); Crimson Crisp (10/6); Crispin (10/6); Ruby Frost (10/8); Ambrosia (10/10); Golden Delicious (10/14); Ida Red (10/14); Northern Spy (10/14); Pinata (10/14); Pink Lady (10/14); Fuji (10/21); Evercrisp (10/28); Russet (10/28); Braeburn (10/28); Wild Twist (11/1, available 2/1)
Come taste our mouthwatering peaches starting in the beginning of August lasting through mid-September.
Redhaven, Glohaven, Garrett Beauty, Madison, PF1, Cresthaven.
Along with our tasty cherries, our family offers U-Pick red and black raspberries, a unique berry in Rochester, NY. Whether you are looking for the sweet taste of red raspberries or the tart taste of blacks, we have you covered.
Prelude, Encore, Titan, Jewel (black raspberry).
Unfortunately, we do not have fall raspberries.
Our family grows over 5 acres of cherries. Some of our cherry trees date back generations, while we are consistently planning new varieties.
We have several different varieties of sweet cherries and Montmorency Sour Cherries. Local cherry season starts toward the end of June and goes until the middle of July. The season is short and weather dependent, so come and get them while you can.
Benton, Bing, Emperor Francis (Queen Anne), Windsor, Ulster, and sour cherries.