Fall Bearing Raspberries Are Still In Season.

Raspberries are available for pick-your-own and picking is still good.

There is a good selection of multicolored pumpkins and gourds in combinations of pink, blue, red, white, yellow, green, tan, flat, ribbed, winged, lumpy and bumpy for unique fall decorating and eating. Also bales, shocks, decorative corn and more.

Haralson and Honey Gold apples are in season. Seconds available.

Beets and Winter Squash are in season. Jams and raspberry vinegar.


  • Open by appointment. The store is closed, but we are usually around so give us a call if you want to stop by.
  • 20 miles west of Minneapolis in western Hennepin County.

  • Located on Hwy 55 just 11 miles west of I-494 in Greenfield.

  • Children and large groups welcome.

  • Please call ahead to check on daily fruit availability, to place large orders or for any other information. (763)-479-1184



Grown On The Farm:

Strawberries in June, again August - October.

Raspberries in mid June - July, August - October. (There is a transition between summer and fall varieties.)

Cherries in July.

Tomatoes in early July - October.

Miscellaneous vegetables throughout the summer and fall. Zucchini, cucumbers, green beans and yellow (wax) beans, peppers, sweet corn, okra, onion, garlic, beets, etc. Cut flowers.

Pumpkins, Squash early September - October.

Pears August - September

Plums in late August.

Honeycrisp Apples, SweeTango, Haralson, Honeygold, Connell Red, Fireside, Cortland, Sweet Sixteen, State Fair, Zestar, Chestnut and other popular Minnesota apples starting in late august.

Honey, Homemade raspberry jam and raspberry vinegar year round.

In the fall you can roam acres of pumpkin fields and pick your own perfect pumpkin from the vine where it grew. Specializing in growing large orange carving pumpkins with large stems. Also multi-colored, multi-textured heirloom gourds, squashes and pumpkins from around the world. Wholesale pumpkins.

100+ varieties of multi-colored pumpkins, large and small gourds and squashes.

Corn shocks, bales, ornamental corn, birdhouse gourds and unique fall decorations.