APPLES FOR SALE BY OWNER – Sonoma County – listing in the comments fields

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This apple listing blog is a free resource for both the cider maker as well as the grower. Local growers can list their fruit for sale.  Please only list fruit local to Sonoma County and its environs. 

 

Apples for Sale

 

If you would like to place a listing, please submit a post here AND send a quick email to info@thebeveragepeople.com to request the posting be approved. There is no fee. In the comments field below, please COPY & PASTE the following template and fill in the blanks, or create your own with similar info.  


Growers, you may like to use this template and fill in the blanks.

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11 thoughts on “APPLES FOR SALE BY OWNER – Sonoma County – listing in the comments fields

  1. Gravensteins ripe now,August 10
    You pick. $0.50 per pound and/or cleanup fallen apples.
    Leave envelope with money at front door. Take cleanup apples to lower corner of orchard and spread in a single layer.
    No minimum or maximum.
    9850 Mill Station Road, Sebastopol
    Send text to 707-529-4451 with your planned pick date and estimate of pounds taken

  2. Certified organic apples for cider all hand picked.400lbs available $1 lb varieties include black twig, pippin,pink lady,granny smith, Fuji,others in small lots
    Contact Ted 707-292-5466 text or call

  3. APPLE-A-DAY RAFTZLAFF RANCH

    Apple-A-Day Ratzlaff Ranch west of Sebastopol offer Gravenstein, Golden Delicious, and Rome Apples. U-pick is offered from August through October. Call first to make sure there’s somebody at the ranch to meet you when you think you’d like to stop by: 707-823-0538.

    They’re open Monday to Friday from 8 am to 5 pm and Sundays 9 am to 5 pm. Closed Saturdays. The also process and sell fresh juice, which we hear is delicious.

  4. PLEASANT HILL FARM

    Certified organic Pleasant Hill Farm in Sebastopol offer a u-pick experience for groups by appointment only. This beautiful farm has five acres of semi-dwarf organic apple trees including Fujis, Royal Galas, Red Delicious, Arkansas Black, Golden Delicious, and Granny Smith.

  5. CHILENO VALLEY RANCH

    Chileno Valley Ranch grows organic apples—all of which are blind taste test winner—and provides them to local markets like Toby’s Feed Barn in Point Reyes Station. You can visit the ranch for u-pick in September and October. Varieties include Zesta, Orin, Pinova, Molly’s Delicious, and Jonathan’s Pride.

  6. GOWAN OAK TREE

    Located in Philo/Booneville. 6600 Hwy 128.

    707-895-3353
    Open 9am – 5pm.

    Fresh or frozen juice is available for $11/gallon or so. The apple season kicks off in August with local favorite Gravensteins, and continues through the late summer and fall with varieties like Golden Delicious (Sept/Oct), Granny Smith (Oct/Nov) and Fuji (Oct-Dec).

  7. Orchard Station Farm – West Petaluma
    We pick together. $1 per pound. Bring your own box/bag.
    By appointment only. E-mail for availability.
    OrchardStationFarm@gmail.com

    Ark Black
    Black Oxford
    Black Twin
    Bramley Seedlings
    Brown Snout
    Campfield
    Cherry Cox
    Cherry Pearmain
    Calville Blanc
    Crimson King
    Dabinett
    Dutchess of Oldenburg (sold out)
    Foxwhelp
    Ginger Gold
    Golden Harvey
    Golden Russet
    Harrison
    Harry Master Jersey
    Hidden Rose
    Kingston Blk
    Margil
    Medaille d’ Or
    Mollies Delicious
    Muscadet de Dieppe
    Nehou
    Newton Pippin
    Northern Spy
    Peters Perfection
    Porter
    Red Jersey
    Redfield
    Sir Edmonds Pippin
    Spitzenburg
    Stokes Red
    Sundance
    Tremletts Bitter
    Waltana
    White Pearmain
    Wickson
    Winterstein
    Yarlington Mill

  8. Witteman Farms and Pearl Girl Apples in Sebastopol have approximately 500 pounds of certified organic pink pearl cider apples for sale at $.75 per pound. These are red-pink fleshed apples that make excellent cider. There is approximately the same amount on trees for picking at same price. All should be claimed soon.

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