Fresh summer fruit is perfect for the pickin’ at Apple Holler in Racine County
Posted: Jul 23, 2018 10:28 AM CDT
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Sturtevant (CBS 58)--78 acres of peach, pear, and apple trees will soon be ripe for the pickin’ at Apple Holler in Sturtevant. Owner Dave Flanery says the fairly mild winter we had followed by a later spring has made for a very good growing season so far. Plus the recent rain over the weekend gave the crops the drink they needed from Mother Nature.
Flanery says some of the peaches can be picked starting tomorrow and the earliest you can pluck the ripest apples from the trees will be in a month. To find out what Apple Holler sells, including some 30 varieties of apples, just click here.