Harvest time

From our farm to your table - we offer a large variety of fruits.

Strawberries are a sweet summer staple, and the first fruit to ripen each year in May.
Strawberry is low in calories and fats but rich source of health promoting phytonutrients, minerals, and vitamins that are essential for optimum health. They are slightly higher in vitamin C than oranges and lemons. Even if you only have one or two as a quick snack, you'll meet a big chunk of your daily vitamin C requirement.

Raspberries picking starts in July and ends in November.
Raspberries' biotin adds shine to your hair, their seeds stimulate digestion, and their carotenes protect your skin and sharpen your vision. They also contain a substance thought to prevent bladder and are recommended for cases of constipation. Whole raspberries freeze very well, and having a supply in the freezer is a great idea for storing these delicious fruits all year long.

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July
is the month for cherries.
More than just a delicious fruit, cherries are low in calories, high in fiber and packed full of nutrients. The deep red color indicates a healthy amount of flavonoids — antioxidants that fight free radicals in the body which can prevent cancer cells from growing out of control. Drinking cherry juice is an effective way to reduce blood pressure. Sweet cherries are excellent fruits to bake into pies or refreshing desserts, to make jam or compote.

Blueberries are free for the picking from about mid-July into late August.
Blueberries are low in calories, but high in nutrients and in antioxidants. They can literally protect our brains from degeneration, neurotoxicity and oxidative stress. Being a natural source of soluble and insoluble fiber, blueberries can help regulate your gastrointestinal track by just eating a couple handfuls a day.

We strive to grow top quality fruits for you to pick your own or purchase in our farm shop.

Come and visit us, you will always find a warm welcome.