It is end of september now and the peak time of apple season. This is reflected in our store, where you can mix-and-match your favorite apples as you like them ! We have now Ginger Gold, MacIntosh, Cortland, Macoun, Empire, Spartan, Spencer, Honeycrisp and even some early Golden Delicious available. If you plan your baking- […]
With september 20th we are starting the pick-your-own for our MacIntosh and Cortland apple trees. You are welcome daily from 10am to 5:30pm.
We are harvesting now all of our early season apple varieties: Paula Red, Summer Treat, Early Cortland and Ginger Gold. After selling some of the early pickings since a couple of weeks at the farmers markets, it is now time to open the farmstore as well. The opening hours are daily from 10:00am to 5:30pm. […]
With end of the first week in August we have picked our last raspberries for the markets in this season. Thanks to all the raspberry fans out there for your support – the only way to still get some is now via Sabine’s Raspberry Jams and Jellies. We are sorry for those of our customers, […]
Since last week we are picking raspberries for sale at our farmers markets. While we hope to have enough to also opening on specific days for ‘pick-your-own’ (PYO), right now this is not the case. If you are interested in PYO raspberries, please use the CONTACT- area on this website and leave us a short […]
Due to the insect damage in our fields, we have now no good strawberries left for PYO or sale. We will be open again around mid- July for raspberries. Look out for updates here.
Because of the TPB damage with our strawberries, we have currently closed the farmstore for the remainder of strawberry season. The exception is for PYO (pick-your-own) of the damaged berries, which are still a good unsprayed choice for juicing, jellies and syrup. This is what we are currently doing: If you want your […]
After a good start with the first picking around mid- june, we are now seeing the full effect of the Tarnished Plant Bug (TPB) infestation in our fields. The second picking was already only a fraction of what it could have been, and the remaining berries look like this: They taste good, but really cannot […]