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Virginia Apples

 

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 Virginia Apple Pick-Your-Own Guide
Fauquier County

Choose by county or city:

Albemarle
Amherst
Arlington
Bedford
Botetourt
Carroll
Chesterfield
Fauquier
Frederick
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Patrick
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HARTLAND ORCHARD
Bill and Sharon Green
3064 Hartland Lane, Markham, VA 22643
540.364.2316

Directions: From Northern Virginia area, take I-66 west to Markham, exit 18. Turn right on Route 688, then immediately make left onto Belle Meade Lane. Orchard is ¼ mile on right. Hours: 8 a.m.-6 p.m., daily, June 15-Christmas.
Hours: 8 a.m.-6 p.m., daily, June 15-Christmas.
Comments: Driveway to orchard takes you through cow fields, hay fields, the main house built in 1775, past 10 other barns and out buildings up to the top of the orchards where there is a 360-degree view of the valley to enjoy while you pick fruit and picnic. Free hayrides in the fall and hay bales to climb. For fruit ripening dates and varieties of apples, call or visit our Web site.
Products: Pick-your-own - strawberries, beginning May 15; cherries (sweet and sour), beginning June 20; blueberries, beginning June 25; raspberries, beginning July 1; peaches, beginning July 15; apples, September and October; pumpkins, October; cut-your-own Christmas trees in December. We also have fresh cider and bottled honey. Call ahead for exact dates.

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STRIBLING ORCHARD
Robert Stribling
11587 Poverty Hollow Lane
Markham, VA 22643
540.364.3040 (Phone & Fax)
E-mail: striblingorchard@aol.com

Directions: West on I-66 to Exit 18 for Markham, VA. Left at bottom of ramp onto 688 South (Leeds Manor Road). Cross Rte. 55, turn right at T to stay on 688. Cross over railroad tracks and orchard will be on your left.
Hours: July - November 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. Check website for details.
Comments: Family-owned, historic Virginia Century Farm. Scenic views and picnic areas. Educational tours available on weekdays.
Products: Pick-ur-Own and Fresh Picked Peaches (July and August) and over 20 varieties of Apples (August to November). Harvest House and Bakery with fresh baked pies, bread, cake and pastries. Jams, jellies, salsas, sauces, orchard honey, apple butter, sparkling cider, Virginia Peanuts, local eggs and cheese, cookbooks and local crafts. Cider and Pumpkins available September to October.

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This site is brought to you by the Virginia State Apple Board -- an official commodity board
of the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services -- promoting research, education
and marketing efforts for the state's apple industry through assistance to the
Virginia Apple Growers Association.

900 Natural Resource Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22903
434.984.0573, Fax: 434.220.9127