Pick Your Own Fruits and Veggie 2021 Season is in over for 2021; thanks for supporting the farm! Check our Facebook page for updates.
During PYO season…your first step is to Stop by our Farmstand and get oriented to what PYO fruits and veggies are in which section of the farm and what’s ripe that day 🙂 Masks and social distancing have been relaxed, but please follow current guidelines.
During pick your own season June through mid-November: Pick your Own fruits and veggies includes a $3.50 admission fee (cash preferred) to help support the farm.
Pick your own fruit (and in fall our specialty: apples) and vegetables is a great family outing, and with 35 acres there is plenty of room. Indian Orchards in Media, PA is a great place to teach kids where their fruits and vegetables come from.
*We have a pay for what you pick policy (per lb/pint) – Please be careful – weight can be deceiving. Also, we can’t put the fruit back on trees or bushes!
Pick your Own Late-season Peaches and Apples and more – but what is fruiting shifts with mother nature. Pick your own vegetables too! Mid-Summer Brings: Pick your Own Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, Peaches, and more
Late Summer/Early Fall will bring Picky Your Own Apples galore – we have many unique apple varieties – Done for 2021, but apples are still available in our farmstand.
At our Farmstand we also have fruit and veggies that we have picked for you. Along with other goodies like our own honey and products that compliment our sustainably-grown and pesticide-free fruits and veggies. We are a small-staffed, family-run farm – please bear with us as we work with Mother Nature to get the first of the Summer crops for you at our farmstand.
In Fall: Pumpkins, Apples, Cider, Raspberries, some figs – Cider often sells out, but if you are lucky – you can see us make up the next batch….
Fruits and Vegetables Grown Using Sustainable and Pesticide-free Techniques
Our Fruits and vegetables are grown using Pesticide-free techniques, natural & sustainable; we also use IPM or integrated pest management.
Stop by the farm stand to register and get baskets to hold your haul, pay the $3.50 per person picking fee to help sustain and support our over 100-year old orchard and the labor-intensive, pesticide-free techniques we use. We’ll also let you know what’s in season that day and where to go on the farm. Let us know if you are looking for a specific variety of fruit – especially apples – we have many different varieties. Don’t forget a hat and sunscreen! If you decide not to pick your own fruit – you can buy what we have already picked for you at our on-site farm stand.
What Fruit is Available When?
Fruit ripens in its own good time with help from pollinators and the weather, but listed below is the general months/seasons when our fruits and veggies are available (they often overlap):
June: Blueberries (these wake up/ripen first); then Raspberries and and Strawberries TOO, some early veggies
August: blackberries, plums, nectarines, peaches, pears, apples, vegetables (tomatoes have definitely joined the veggie crowd)
September: raspberries, blackberries, peaches, plums, nectarines, pears, early Pick Your Own Apples, pawpaws, vegetables
October: Some Peaches and figs, our own Cider, Lots of Apples*, Pumpkins & Mums at the farm stand. Late-season raspberries, pears, persimmons. (*In very late October & November – sometimes pick your own apples may be done, but we usually still have apples and cider at our farm stand.)
November: Apples* and cider, pumpkins. (In November – sometimes, pick your own apples may be done, but we usually still have apples and our own cider (and honey & firewood) at our farm stand.)
December: Christmas trees & holly (we cut sustainable Christmas trees in advance, or you can select your own and have us cut it for you) (we also have sustainable firewood for sale – call and ask for details or click to see our firewood for sale page.
If you’d rather have us pick what’s ripe for you, you can also grab what we have at our farm stand.
Come explore the variety of fruits and vegetables on our 100-plus-year-old orchard.