Bruce has Peaches!
This week only.
$16/half or $30/whole Bushel.
Available at Bourner’s Orchards:
This is a small, locally owned and operated centennial business. Some of the trees were planted back in 1913 and still produce quality fruit. This is a cash or check only business, and cash is preferred. His fruit is also occasionally available at the Kalamazoo Farmer’s Market on Bank Street at John Reuter’s stand.
This list is subject to change as apples come and go throughout the season. Call (269) 375-6208 to be check.
Bourner’s Orchard is officially open for the season!
Honey Crisp – $45/Bushel
McIntosh – $18/Bushel
Gala – $18/Bushel
No apple cider yet: Bruce’s cider tastes good because he waits until the apples are ripe for pressing.
It is a bit sporadic in August as peaches are a fussy fruit. It is always a good idea to call ahead to verify availability of any fruit: (269) 375-6208.
If you like Golden Delicious, Ida Reds, or Norther Spy, hurry on in. Bourner’s Orchard is closing soon. It could be as soon as this weekend or as late as the end of the year, either way, there are less than three weeks to go.
PS: He pressed cider today. Yum!
Times they are a changing, and there’s a near complete change over in the apples since I last posted. Check it out!
Sad news: Honey Crisp are done for the season here.
Good news: More flavors coming soon.
The first changing of the fruit has come. Plums are out. Cortands are in.