Boyers Fruit Market is located in the original barn on the property. Fresh fruit season begins approximately June 15-20th with pick-your-own Cherries and Blueberries. For those who don’t wish to climb ladders, Boyers offers fresh cherries picked by our staff. The types of cherries vary from Black Tartarian to the Napolean varieties, Gold, and everyone’s favorite, the big black Bings.
After cherry season, peaches, plums, apricots and nectarines fill the barn with a wonderful aroma. Also available are fresh vegetables and a great selection of jams, jellies, and sauces. Peach season hits full stride mid-August, accompanied by plums, sweet corn, cantaloupe and watermelons. The end of summer brings Bartlett, Seckel, Gorham and Bosc pears, as well as the early apple varieties such as Rambo, Lodi, Transparent,Gala and the new Zestar!
With the advent of fall, Boyers fills the barn with many different varieties of apples, pumpkins, squash, gourds, and indian corn. Sample our own fresh cider made with a special blend of apples while you browse. Venture out into the orchard and pick-your-own apples for a family adventure.
Whatever the season, you’re sure to find something growing at Boyers!
Pick Your Own
Stop by the market in mid-June to pick your own cherries and late-June to early-July for blueberries. Later in the season, you’ll be able to pick your own apples.
We offer an assortment of heirloom apples. For more information on specific varieties, please feel free to contact us.
Boyer Fruit Baskets
For more information about holiday fruit baskets, click HERE.
*Note: Gifts containing apples are available from late fall until Christmas.
We also carry an assortment of products that accent our delicious fruit. All of these items are of the highest quality and would work nicely as add-ons to any of our fruit baskets. Some of these items include:
- Cabot cheese
- sparkling cider
- dried blueberries, cherries, cranberries and mixed fruit
- Kime’s apple butter and canned peaches
- McCutcheon’s jams, jellies, sauces and dressings
- Rowe pottery
- Gettysburg Pretzel Co. products
- Whistlestop cobbler mix and fried green tomato batter