Last day October 24th!


Apple Varieties description

Paula Red- McIntosh type apple with softer flesh and a pleasant sweet\slightly tart taste. Excellent baking apple, perfect for apple sauces.

Zestar- A Very crisp eating apple with a tart/sweet flavor. Can be baked with

Summer Treat- very sweet delicious type apple with a Sweet/Starchy flavor. Doesn't keep very well, available for only a limited time

GingerGold- Very Sweet and crispy with a hint of starch. Very similar to a golden delicious. Can be baked with

Molly Delicious- Very Sweet and juicy eating apple, greatly similar to a Red Delicious.

Gala- Very sweet/ starchy eating apple

McIntosh- Classic apple variety with a mildly tart flavor. Excellent  apple for applesauce, bakes into a more smooth texture than other apples.

Cortland- Classic apple variety with a firm/crispy texture and sweet to mildly tart flavor. Best apple for pies because they hold their shape better while being cooked.

Macoun- Cross between a McIntosh and a Cortland. Crispy yet soft texture with a mildly sweet flavor. Excellent baking apple

Harrelson- Very tart apple with a firm texture. Can be baked with, makes a great applesauce

Wolf River- Older apple variety favored by bakers. Grows very large (making it easy to peel by hand) and has a slightly tart yet bland flavor (allowing other flavors to be "expressed" more in baking).

HoneyCrisp- To some, considered to be the perfect apple. Very Sweet flavor with the perfect crispness to complement. Can be baked with. Keeps exceptonally well

Empire- Cross between and Red Delicious and McIntosh apple, Empire have a mostly tart\ slightly sweet flavor with a very juicy texture. Great overall cooking apple that keeps very well.

Jonathan- Tart, holds shape in oven well and makes a great applesauce

Jonagold- Sweet with a mild tartness, great all around baking and eating apple

Red Delicious- Sweet/Starchy flavor, keeps very well

Golden Delicious- Very sweet/ mildly starchy flavor, can be cooked with

*Variety availability will vary from year to year. If you are looking for something specific, please call the store or message us on Facebook.


Monday-Saturday               8AM to 6PM
Sunday                               10AM to 5PM

Apple Availability

We are now out of mums for the 2021 season.
In Store
  • McIntosh
  • Cortland
  • Harrelson
  • Empire
  • Spartan
Pick Your Own
  • McIntosh (Limited)
  • Cortland
  • Macoun (Limited)
  • Harrelson
  • Jonathan
  • Spartan

*Apples labeled as "Limited" are either just starting in season or coming to an end when apple availability is low.*

Pumpkins, Gourds, And Squash!

A wide selection of orange and specialty pumpkins are now available including large orange, Pie, white, stacking, and others while supplies last. Also now available are Small gourds, .35 cents each or 3 for $1 or large Gourds .75 cents each.

Now available through season end, fresh squash! Varieties include but not limited to: Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup, White Acorn, Spagetti, Blue Hubbard, Festival, Sweet Dumpling, and others.

Deer Apples

We have opened up some rows for pick your own deer apples, marked with orange ribbon.

Pick your own deer apples are $2 for a 5 gallon pail or $4 for an onion bag and .50 cents if you need to buy a bag.

Store and Pick-Your-own Update (10/16/21)

As of Saturday, our pick-your-own crop overall is limited. We have lots of red delicious, jonathan, and harrelson, along with a few other odd varieties. Most everything else is either very limited or picked clean. We will still have a decent selection on pick-your-own pumpkins through closing.

Though the pick-your-own is not great, we will have lots of pre-picked apples available for the rest of the year except for our honeycrisp.