*Southwest Michigan Harvest Dates*

All Harvest Dates are dependent on weather, so feel free to contact out Farm Market (269) 468-3668 to see what we have available or check out our weekly updates here or on Facebook.

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These dates below are not exact. They are the average time the item is available on a normal year. The only problem is in Michigan we never have normal years. Sometimes they are earlier and sometimes they are later. 

Approximate Harvest Dates for FARM FRESH FRUIT

  • Sweet Strawberries - All of June

  • Black Sweet Cherries - June 23 to July 4

  • Sour Pie Cherries - July 1 to July 9, when available

  • Red & Black Raspberries - July 7-25

  • Early Eating Sweet Peaches - July 10 thru August 4

  • Plump Sweet Apricots - July 10-30

  • Firm Sweet Blueberries - July 7 thru August 20

  • Sweet Eating Plums (several varieties) - July 20 thru August

  • Homegrown Sweet Cantaloupe - July 15 thru August

  • Red Haven Peaches - August 4-20

  • Sweet Freestone Peaches for Canning, Eating, Freezing, Baking - August thru September

  • Sweet White Freestone Peaches for Canning, Eating, Freezing, Baking - August 20 - September 10

  • Early Eating Apples - July 25 thru August

  • Concord Grapes with seeds for Eating, Jelly or Juice - September

  • Crisp Sweet and Tart Fall Apples - September thru October

Approximate Harvest Dates for FLOWERS & VEGETABLES

  • Fresh Asparagus & Rhubarb - Middle of June to End of June

  • Fresh Zucchini - Late June thru September

  • Edible Pod Peas - Late June thru September

  • Peaches & Cream Super Sweet Corn - July 10 into October

  • Fresh Crisp Cucumbers - July 5 thru September

  • New Crop Red Potatoes - Mid-July thru October

  • Fresh Tender Green Beans - Mid-July thru September

  • Delicious Fresh Tomatoes - July 20 thru September

  • Beautiful Homegrown Gladiolus Flowers - July 10 thru September

  • Sweet Grape and Cherry Tomatoes - July 10 thru September

  • Fresh Crisp Green and Hot Peppers - Late July thru September

  • Ornamental Gourds - September thru October

  • Beautiful Blooming Mum Plants - September thru October

  • Hard Winter Squash (several varieties) - September thru October

  • Fresh White Cauliflower - September 15 thru October

  • Brussel Sprouts on Stalk - October



Welcome to Fruit Acres

A Note from Annette and Randy: Friday, June 11, 2021

Fruit Acres Farm Market is now open for the  season. We now have Sweet Local Strawberries,  fresh Local Sugar Snap Peas and Fresh Snow Peas. I do not have U-Pick Strawberries!

UPICK IS STARTING MONDAY JUNE 21, 2021.  Fruit Acres first U-Pick of the season will be Black Sweet Cherries.  We do have a slightly bigger crop than 2020 in both Sweet and Sour Cherries, but it is NOT a huge crop which means we will probably only be open for Sweet Cherry U-Pic (Black Sweet Cherry, Black Sour Cherry ) for about 3 days in a row. There are very few Rainier Cherries on the trees to pick so don't plan on getting them past the first day. Cherry season is done very fast every year. 

Price for U-Pick Black Sweet Cherries & Rainier Sweet Cherries & Black Sour Cherries are $4.99 per pound. There is a $5 admission per person for ages 6 and up. Children age 5 and under are free. If you pay for 10 lbs of Sweet Cherries, you get 1 paid admission refunded (you get $5 back). 20 lbs of Sweet Cherries picked,  refunds 2 admission and so on.

U-Pick Cherry Address: 6299 Carmody Road, Coloma, MI


The Red Montmorency Sour Cherries will be starting around June 29 and going about 1 week.  You can also buy Sour Cherries or Sweet Cherries already picked at the farm market when the u-pic is available too.

Fruit Acres does have a large peach crop this year and we will have U-Pick starting August 14 and going until September 5. Peach and Apple u-pic is open weekends only. Apple u-pic will start around Labor Day and go until the middle of October.

I am starting a Email Newsletter soon, so if you want the most up to date information sent to your email, please sign up for the newsletter. This is the most reliable way of making sure the information is delivered to you every week. But now I am trying to learn how to design and start it. It is alot more complicated than I thought it would be.