Minnesota Grown Since 1972

We are now open daily from 9am-6pm until season close. Also find us at the St. Paul Farmer’s Market Saturdays 7am-1pm and Sunday 8am-1pm. 

THIS WEEKEND is the first weekend of the Apple & Pumpkin Festival. Dance to live music, visit our food trucks, pick apples, shop for fall decor and have some good, old-fashioned family fun! FREE ADMISSION & PARKING!

Current Apple Availability:
Pick-your-own apples: Haralson 
Pre-picked/bagged apples:  SweeTango, First Kiss, McIntosh, pie/sauce apples
At the St. Paul Farmers Market: Chestnut Crab, First Kiss, SweeTango, pie/sauce apples

See you at the farm!

-Charlie, Chad, and Emmy the dog


Paul Red Apple

Paula Red

What is a Paula Red Apple? Paula Red apples are vibrant red with some pale yellow/tan areas; the …

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Chestnut Crab Apple

Chestnut Crab

Taste: The Chestnut crabapple is larger most crabapples and packs a lot of flavor for its size. This …

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The Haralson apple is large, firm, and red. They are crisp and juicy, having a tart flavor. They’re …

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The Honeycrisp apple is aromatic and sweet as honey and has a light, airy explosive juicy texture. Simply …

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First Kiss Apple

First Kiss

First Kiss is a premium apple with striking characteristics — it features a beautiful scarlet red color; it has …

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SnowSweet apples have an appetizing appearance. It’s fruit has a white, crisp flesh that’s sweet, tasty and perfect …

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SweeTango is a crisp and sweet apple with notes of citrus, honey and spice. It’s perfectly crunchy and …

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Zestar! apples are an early season apple with a light, crisp texture and a hint of brown sugar …

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In the later fall, visit Whistling Well Farm for an amazing selection of locally-grown beautiful and colorful mums …

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Make sure to come by later in the fall for your pumpkin needs. We’ll have plenty for your …

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Our Country Store

Stop in and shop our country store where you will find preserves, jellies, pumpkin butter, pancake mixes, maple …

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