What's ready for picking!
- Jersey Mac
- Summer Mac
- Flaming Fury PF-15
- Raritan Rose
- Summer Beaut - pick carefully the Japanese beetles are attacking them.
A number of apple varieties either did not set fruit (crop failure) or the fruit that did set is far below what it should be. This along with the hail in June, what else could go wrong. It is not all bad news because we do have apples for you to pick.
Not a lot of apples set - varieties
- Golden Delicious
Failed crop varieties
- Blue Pearmain
- Grey Pearmain
- Lady Apple
Dark Color, bright red with yellow highlights, bloom of McIntosh, but ripening a month earlier, Perfumed with striped strawberry or vinous flavor, sweet, melting, snow white medium firm flesh, tough skin. One of the earliest apple we grow. Always the first fresh apple pie of the season. Once picked the apples should be eaten within a couple of weeks. They should be kept refrigerated.
Bright red apple with creamy white flesh.
PAULARED mid - August
McIntosh type but ripens earlier. Solid red, strong vinous or strawberry flavor, sweet yet sprightly, quite firm white flesh. An excellent early apple.
FLAMIN FURY PF 15A Peach
This large, mostly red yellow freestone, good firmness, excellent flavor and size. It crops heavily an is hardy.
RARITAN ROSE Peach
A firm, attractive, white fleshed freestone of good quality. The tree is vigorous, hardy and productive. The best early white peach for the roadside trade.
SUMMER BEAUT Nectarine
An exceptional yellow fleshed nectarine, freestone, has medium size, good color and firmness for an early season nectarine.
OZARK PREMIER Plum
A giant! Great for the Ohio Valley, Northeast, Midwest. Semi-freestone plums are firm, sweet and juicy.