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Fruit

Tree fruit: We get our tree fruit primarily from Tracey's Orchard, a 6-generation farm located in Franklin County in the Cumberland Valley over the mountain from us. In late Fall and Winter we often add one or two more family orchards.

Melons: Cantaloupes are from the Mack family, when we have them.

Berries: Blueberries are from the Horst farm; strawberries from the Macks; and raspberries -- when we have them -- are from the Hostetter farm. We currently have about 250 new blackberry, red and black raspberry plants growing, due to start yielding in a year or two, and I planted grapes and blueberries this Spring.

 

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  • [blueberries]
    The blueberries have been great so far this year.
  • PINT  WHITE Sweet Cherries
    Delicious “Emperor Francis” white sweet cherries, Tracey's Orchard.
  • [pint of dark sweet cherries]
    Delicious sweet cherries, straight from the orchard.
  • [quarted cherries]
    Delicious sweet cherries, straight from the orchard.
  • [cling peaches 1]
    Peaches are usually “cling” at the beginning of the season, meaning they cling to the pit. About a month into the season, they start to let go, and that's where you get “freestone” peaches. The folks at Tracey's tell me that...
  • [one pink lady]
    One medium apple. Sweet/tart and crisp. Beautiful, flavorful apple for all uses. Two lbs. can be from 4 to 6 apples, depending on size. Pinks are not usually large apples. (Golden Delicious X Lady Williams)
  • 2 LBS  Pink Lady Apples
    Sweet/tart and crisp. Beautiful, flavorful apple for all uses. Two lbs. can be from 4 to 6 apples, depending on size. Pinks are not usually large apples. (Golden Delicious X Lady Williams)

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