Indian Cling Peaches Ripe–Nectarines Gone

Nectarines are gone for the season.

Indian Cling Peaches–the “pickling peach”

The red-flesh Indian Cling peaches are ripe. We have a small crop of them, so we won’t have them for very long. Indian cling are known as the pickling peach, are firm, fit nicely into canning jars, and have a pretty red flesh. They are not freestone and stick to the seed. I don’t know if any will be packed for the farmers markets. Please call the orchard salesroom for availability. 256-437-9254

We still have yellow and white freestone peaches, Asian Pears, purple seedless grapes, and several varieties of apples. Honey Crisp apples are very limited. Call the orchard before you come.


What’s Available–8/6/2018?

Orchard owner, Bob Deutscher, packing peaches

Summer fruit is great right now. Get it while you can. This is what we have this week. To check on availability before you make a trip to the orchard, call the salesroom between 8:00 and 5:00 at 256-437-9254.

    • Honey Crisp Apples–we have a few 3 lb bags of Honey Crisp today. It will be a couple of days before the pickers can get more. Call the salesroom for availability.
    • Ginger Gold Apples
    • Molly Delicious Apples
    White Peaches
    • Yellow, freestone peaches
    • Georgia Bell and other varieties of white, freestone peaches
  • Purple seedless GRAPES–red and green grapes are done for the season
  • NECTARINESWe are at the end of the nectarines, so call before you go to the orchard. We could run out at any time.

What’s Available Now–August 2, 2018!

Elli Anna and Ty, customer’s children

This is a great time to visit the orchard for summer fruit. Everything is at its peak. Some days we sell out of an item, so call the orchard salesroom before you come. 256-437-9254. We are open seven days a week, 8:00 to 5:00.

This is what we have this week.

  • Plenty of sweet yellow freestone peaches
  • White Peaches

    A good supply of the more delicate white freestone peaches that have an almost floral hint of flavor

  • Asian Pears

    Juicy nectarines

  • Crisp Asian pears
  • Purple, pink, and green seedless grapes. These have much more flavor than grapes from the store.
  • Buckingham apples just started getting picked this week. They are a firm, crisp green eating apple with a red blush.
  • Early Gold apples are good for applesauce or fried apples. I cook these half the amount of time as the later varieties.

We will soon start picking Gala apples and some other varieties, so watch for our posts.

We are currently going to these farmers markets. We often sell out, so come early!

Scottsboro: Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, 7 am to noon

Winchester: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 7 am to noon

Guntersville: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, 7 am to noon

Rainesville: Thurdays, 4:00-6:00 pm

Fort Payne, by train depot close to park, Chamber of Commerce market: Monday afternoons.

Peaches, Grapes, Nectarines, Pears, Apples!

White and yellow freestone peaches are available now. We also currently have Early Gold apples, nectarines and seedless grapes. We pick our amazing fruit everyday so please call the salesroom for fruit availability.

The Crow Mountain Orchard salesroom is open seven days a week from 8:00 to 5:00.

Early Gold Apples and Nectarines!

Early Gold Apples

Crow Mountain Orchard salesroom has just started getting in some Early Gold apples and a few nectarines.

Early Gold are always the first apples to get ripe in the season. They are a summer green apple, crisp and a bit tart. They can be used to cook with, but only take about half the time to cook as later apples. They always remind me of the big green apple tree that was in my grandparents’ yard in West Virginia when I was a kid. We have them in the salesroom in the following sizes:

  • 1/2 peck      $6
  • 1 peck          $9
  • 1/2 bushel  $16

Nectarines are very limited right now. We have them in the salesroom for $7.50 for a 2 quart box.

We have plenty of peaches right now–Red Haven semi-cling yellow peaches and white freestone peaches. In the salesroom we have them in the following sizes:

  • 1 qt box        $4
  • 2 qt box       $7
  • 1/2 peck      $9
  • 1 peck          $13
  • 1/2 bushel $25

Sizes, varieties, and prices may vary at the farmers markets. For availability, please call the orchard salesroom between 8:00 and 5:00, 7 days a week, at 256-437-9254.

Honeycrisp Apples Available for a Short Time

Galas and Pippins at the farmers market
Galas and Pippins at the farmers market

We have a very limited quantity of Honeycrisp apples. They won’t last long. Call the orchard between 8-5 before you come. 256-437-9254.

We currently have apples, yellow and white peaches, nectarines, and seedless grapes available at the orchard. Please call for availability between 8am-5 pm before you come, 256-437-9254. If we are busy, we may run out of something for the day. We are also getting near to the end of the peaches for the season, so get them while you can.

Guntersville Farmers MarketWhat we sell at the farmers markets may vary due to availability of fruit when we load the trucks, and limited space on our trucks. If some particular fruit or size isn’t available at your local farmers market, please visit the orchard salesroom for the widest selection of fruit and container sizes. Our farmers market schedule and market locations are available on our website.

Jonathan Apples
Jonathan Apples


  • Jonathan–a little bit tart, good for eating and cooking. Holds its shape well when making pies and fried apples. These were my mother’s favorite for making applesauce.
  • Gala–sweet eating apple
  • Pippin–large, green, tart, cooking apple


  • Yellow and white freestone peaches, limited quantities in 2 quart boxes only. #2 quality peaches in larger boxes including 1/2 bushels for $15 and two 1/2 bushel boxes for $25.



Seedless Grapes