Our warm days and cool summer nights create conditions perfect for high quality, firm apples with good shelf life. With over 22 varieties of apple trees, there's a taste and variety for everyone. Favorite ways to enjoy our apples are our fresh apple cider, cider slushes and, of course, our apple cider donuts.
Please note that the usual harvest schedule times listed in the table below are approximate and that not all apple varieties are available all season. Changes in weather can affect ripening. We update our picking schedule weekly or more often as needed. If you are making the trip for a particular variety and are concerned about availability please call the fruit stand to verify. We receive numerous questions on our Facebook page asking if certain varieties are available but due to the volume of questions, we are not able to respond to these individually. Please bookmark this page and check frequently.
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(To view a photo of each item, simply click on its name in the table below.) Our picking schedule page is a Google Drive document. Some businesses block access to Google drive so you may need to view from home or on your smart phone or tablet.
Apples contain no dietary fat
Contain approximately 100 calories
Are thought to help reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, type 2 diabetes and asthma
Look for little or no bruising
Generally, select apples with a firm texture though delicious varieties are slightly softer to the touch
Apples ripen 10x faster at room temperature than when kept in a refrigerator. Chilled apples should last 90 days. Some varities are better for storing long-term than others. Typically, late-season apples last longer than early ripening varities. Arkansas Black is a particularly good keeper.