PICK YOUR OWN CALENDAR
Our Pick Your Own Calendar
Check out our completed growing calendar below for what's ready to be picked this season at the orchard. And visit our picking info guide for helpful tips to make your picking visit extraordinary.
Late JUNE / early july
Most years, cherries are only available for two weekends, so drop everything and come pick!
Meanwhile our spray-free blueberries get down to business with a dozen long rows of beautifully ripe berries ready for picking.
Blueberries, Plums & Raspberries:
Blueberries are still on the scene and are joined by plums - purple and yellow - and raspberries!
On the vegetable side, our beautiful tomatoes are starting to ripen. Heirloom, plum, and cherry tomatoes (gold and red) are all available for picking.
Sweet and juicy. Remember that they will still be firm when you pick them but they’ll ripen after 2-4 days on the kitchen counter. No refrigerator please!
Blueberries, Plums, Raspberries, Tomatoes & Corn:
Blueberries, plums and raspberries are still available, and the tomatoes are going strong. Fresh corn for sale too.
Now we see the early apples like Zestar and Ginger Gold, a harbinger of crisp autumn days to come.
Blueberries, Peaches, Raspberries, Tomatoes & Corn:
The last of the blueberries finish up. But there are still peaches and tomatoes to pick and even a few raspberries for those willing to brave the prickly canes on which they’re hiding.
We have your favorites, like Honeycrisp, MacIntosh, Cortland, Macoun, and Snapdragon, but why not try some of the exciting new apples like Summerset, Sweet Maia, and Sweet Zinger only available at Mead.
Our Farmstand Opens:
Visit our farmstand for corn, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, winter squash, and fresh herbs. Plus there’s Mead’s apple cider, apple butter, apple sauce, and apple vinegar! Do we need a Farmstand link here?
Peak Apple Season:
Mead grows over 70 varieties apples including Stayman, Gold Rush, EverCrisp, Braeburn, Pink Lady, Cameo, Winecrisp, and more. See our full list here. (to the apple glossary?)
Stop by our on-site farmstand for our delicious apple cider and a fabulous selection of winter squash and decorative gourds.
It’s also prime pumpkin time. We have the traditional orange Jack O’Lantern style, as well as some beautiful Instagram-worthy heirloom varieties like Cinderella, Fairytale, and Blaze.
NOVEMBER - LATE SPRING
Mead’s PYO is closed for the season. See you next June! In the meantime, you can visit us at your fave local farmers market.