Last week at Guntersville Market

We will be at the Guntersville Farmers Market on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday this week. Saturday, November 9, 2019, will be our last day in Guntersville this year. We will continue to be at Park and Broad Streets in Scottsboro and the Winchester market until further notice. Our market hours are approximately 7:00-11:00 am on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. This week we anticipate we will have have Winesap, Pink Lady, Mutsu, Red Delicious, Gold Delicious, and apple cider at the markets.

Fall Hours: 8:00-4:00

The drive up Crow Mountain

Beginning today, Sunday, November 3, until we close for the season, the Crow Mountain Orchard salesroom will be open 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

*Golden Delicious
*Red Delicious
*Pink Lady
*Granny Smith (3lb bags only)
*Rome (3lb bags only)
*Jonagold (almost gone)
*Apple Cider

Granny Smith and Arkansas Black are ripe–and many more varieties!

Apples just picked

What’s available now…

*Granny Smith
*King Lusk
*Arkansas Black
*Red Delicious
*Gold Delicious
*Spartlett Pears
*Apple Cider

Apple varieties come and go quick. Please call the sales room at 256-437-9254 to check fruit availability. Have a great weekend!

Apple Cider Time!


What’s available now…

Apple Cider–made here from fresh, Crow Mountain Orchard apples
Red Delicious
Gold Delicious
Spartlett Pears
Asian Pears

We are open seven days a week from 8am-5pm at the orchard sales room. Please call for fruit availability. 256-437-9254

#CrowMountainOrchards #AppleCider #FreshFruitLikeItWasMeantToBe

Farmers Markets–Tuesday, 8/27/2019

Gala and Pippin Apples

We will be at the Guntersville, Scottsboro and Winchester TN farmers markets tomorrow from 7am-11am (or sooner if we sell out). We will have the following:
Yellow freestone peaches (not many)
McIntosh (just a few)
Jonathan (just a few)

The orchard salesroom is open 7 days a week from 8 to 5. Call for available fruit and prices during business hours. 256-437-9254

Honey Crisp, Pippin, Laurel Red, and Gala Apples!!

Galas and Pippins

The apples are getting ripe. Right now we have the following fruit in the orchard salesroom.

  • Honey Crisp apples–We typically sell out of Honey Crisp within a week or two, so don’t wait to get yours. They are a crisp, sweet-tart, tasty eating apple. A favorite of many people. These apples are difficult to grow and handle, but are worth the trouble.
  • Pippin apples–Pippins are the largest apples we grow. They are green and somewhat tart primarily used for cooking. They aren’t pretty, but make great applesauce and apple butter.
  • Laurel Red apples–We don’t have many of these very nice eating apples. We have customers who wait all year for them.
  • Gala apples–one of our most popular sweet, eating apples.
  • Moon Glow Pears–one of our larger eating and cooking pears.
  • Asian Pears–crisp, long-lasting
  • Purple seeded grapes
  • Yellow PeachesWe are at the tail end of the peaches for 2019. If you don’t get some this weekend, count them gone. Call the orchard before you come for them. 256-437-9254.

Peaches, Grapes, Gala Apples, Asian Pears…

Get your summer fruit now! We are moving towards the end of many of your favorites. Right now we have these varieties. Call the salesroom between 8:00 and 5:00 to confirm what is available. We sell a lot of fruit and may run out of something anytime. 256-437-9254.

  • Gala Apples–may be red variety or traditional Gala, one of the sweetest eating apples, good for lunch boxes and snacks
  • Freestone Yellow and White Peaches
  • Asian Pears–large this year
  • Purple Seedless Grapes–near the end. A later variety with seeds will be ripening soon.
  • Buckingham Apples–green cooking apple, some customers love them for applesauce or apple butter
  • Ginger Gold Apples
  • Smaller, sweet, sugar pears–I brought some home today to dehydrate! We won’t have these type of pears long.