Come on down! Summer hours have begun open Daily 10 – 6 – Ripe Raspberries are first this year, Blueberries are waking up slowly – but some early blueberries are in, but it’s first come first served!
Looking for a place to Pick Your Own Fruit in PA? Or for a farm stand where ripe fruits and veggies are already picked for you? Or to get a fruit share while they last (we pick what’s in season for you & you just stop by each week to pick it up)… Then Indian Orchard’s Farm is the place. Located 5 minutes from Media, PA and less than 30 minutes from Philadelphia, this 100 year-old location is tucked away off of Rt 352 in Delaware County. We just do fruit and veggies – so avoid the crowds and head over to our quite farm…
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Fruit Shares Still Available – Get your Fruit Share Plus before they are gone!
See more on our Fruit Share page, or Indian Orchards Fruit Share form of the form and mail it to us with your check: INDIAN ORCHARDS 27 Copes Lane, Media, PA 19063
A family run Farm since 1913, help support us and get great tasting fruits and veggies for your family with our limited number of Fruit Plus+ Shares available. You will receive a bag filled with our finest offerings each week, supplemented from time to time with locally made preserves. Full Shares are picked up weekly at our farm, Half Shares every other week, from June through October. Pricing: $600 for a Full Share (20 weeks), or $395 for a Half Share (10 weeks).
While nature prevents us from being able to guarantee the availability of certain items every season, you can generally expect to find the following fruits in your share:
Blueberries – Raspberries – Blackberries – Peaches – Plums
Nectarines – Pears – Apples – Grapes – Apricots
Persimmons – Jams – Jellies – Preserves – Fresh Veggies –
Fresh-pressed Apple Cider (unpasteurized)
Questions:610-888-6969 – email@example.com
WE ARE OPEN! – Plenty of ripe Raspberries as of 6/13 (early blueberries are starting, but it’s first come first picked)
(Our opening date happens when Month Nature starts sharing the fruits of her (and our ) labor – Juneish).
When: Summer Hours – open daily 10-6 pm (during our main summer season)
Late Fall Hours- Open Friday/Saturday 10-4, Sunday 11-4
Closed Mon.-Thurs. during the fall and winter
Phone: (610) 564-0794
Our Fruits and vegetables are grown using organic techniques, natural, sustainable, minimally sprayed; we also use IPM or integrated pest management as well.
How do I pick My Own Fruits and Veggies?
Stop by the farm stand to register and get baskets to hold your haul. We’ll also let you know what’s in season that day and where to go, especially if you are looking for a specific variety of fruit – like apples – we have Many different varieties.
What Fruit is Available When?
Fruit ripens on it’s own schedule, according to the weather and pollination, but this is the general seasons when our fruits and veggies are available (they often overlap):
July: blueberries, raspberries, peaches, blackberries, vegetables
August: blackberries, plums, nectarines, peaches, pears, apples, vegetables
September: raspberries, blackberries, peaches, plums, nectarines, pears, apples, pawpaws, vegetables
November: apples and cider, pumpkins
December: Christmas trees & holly
If you don’t want to pick your own fruits and vegetables – we pick what’s ripe and in season so you can just grab and go. We also carry a great variety of locally-sourced and organically-grown edibles – including our own raw honey, Jersey tomatoes, apple and pumpkin butters, locally made jams and jellies, Pennsylvania maple syrup, and more. Our products compliment the fruit we grow, and change throughout the year according to what’s in season.
What Else is there at Indian Orchards?
NOW Booking Special events and kids birthday parties – (pond, picnic tables, canoes, outdoor games) & we are currently booking Weddings for 2017 in our historic 1790 house and pavilion – Click for more info.
Donations accepted at the Farm stand for the restoration of our 200 year old barn – Click here to see our about page for more of our history.