The Applehouse Farm Market is Open
for the 2021 Season!
Market Hours: Monday thru Saturday, 9am-6pm * Sunday, 11am-6pm
Fruit & Food Sampling in the Applehouse Farm Market on
Saturdays & Sundays!
Apples: Gala, Paula Red, McIntosh, Jonathan, Cortland, Honeycrisp, Mollies Delicious Golden Supreme, & now picking Crimson Crisp.
Free range Chicken & Duck eggs!
Natural grown herbs! Garden vegetables!
U-Pick Fuji, Goldrush, Granny Smith this weekend, Oct 22-25!
Did you get your Apple Cider yet!
New & Returning Favorites!
Grass-fed, locally raised, beef products from Baltzly Cattle, LLC!
3/4" - 1" T-Bone or Porterhouse Steaks
2 lbs. Ground Beef
4-pack Hamburger Patties
Baked goods from Culinary Delights Bakery!
Nut Horn Cookies by the dozen
Individually Iced, Homemade Pumpkin Cutout Cookies
4-pack Apple Dumplings with Brown Sugar Sauce
Local, Free-range Eggs
Elisabeth's Duck Eggs
Ellington Farms, Chicken Eggs
Locally Made, Jams, Jellies & Butters
Large assortment of delicious Jams & Jellies
Arrowhead Orchard Apple Butters
Excellent sweet, dessert apple for eating,
salads & pies!
Gala is a red-orange apple with yellow striping, crunchy and juicy, with a sweet flavor. Well suited for snacking, salads, and baking, Gala is ready for picking in September. It tends to darken in color the longer it is stored.
Discovered: 1934 New Zealand
Parentage: Cox's Orange Pippin, Kidd's Orange Red, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious
Developed in New Zealand and introduced in 1934, the ever-popular Gala derives its genetic heritage from Cox’s Orange Pippin and both Red and Golden Delicious. One of its offspring is Jazz. Gala is one of the most widely grown apples in the world.
After the many attributes of McIntosh were discovered, plant breeders began crossing it with other varieties to enhance its traits. An early development was Cortland, a cross of McIntosh and Ben Davis at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York, 1898.
Great salad apple! All purpose, juicy apple!
A large all-purpose apple with a deep, purple-red color and yellow streaks, Cortland is considered moderately tart and tangy. Its white flesh browns very slowly when sliced, making Cortland a standout for salads. Writer Roger Yepsen describes Cortland as a “friendly” apple in his book Apples. “The flavor is tart and tangy,” he writes, “but not emphatically so, and juicy. It is a good apple to accompany a sandwich.” He recommends it for pies, sauce, and cider, too. Cortland ripens in middle September in our area.
New Fall Activity: Apple Cannons!
Included with admission onto the farm & orchards:
2-acre Corn Maze
Gated Activity Area
1 U-Cut Sunflower
You can book admission passes online or walk-in. Hand stamp needed for all activities.