Picking SweeTango, Stella, Gingergold &
Gala starting 9/5. Open 10-5 on Sat & Sun.
Come early for best picking. Some varieties
limited due to frost damage. Our Store
will be open weekdays, 12-5 with apples
and other fresh produce. Closed Labor Day.
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August 30, 2015
• Picking SweeTango, Gala, Stella and Gingergold starting Saturday, 9/5. Picking will be best on weekends due to a limited crop from frost damage suffered this Memorial Day weekend. The store will be open weekdays from 12-5 with Apples, Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Peaches, and Blueberries.
• We're now at The North Chili, Greece Ridge Center, and Brockport Farmer's Markets.
• Also at the West Side YMCA from 9-1 on Mondays and Wednesdays.
• Whittier Fruit Farm is a short drive from most places in Monroe County, NY. We are located between Spencerport and North Chili and a very short drive from the Rochester Tech Park (formerly Kodak Elmgrove).
At Whittier Fruit Farm, we grow 32 varieties of apples:
Paula Red, Zestar, Sansa, Ginger Gold, Jonamac, SweeTango, CrimsonCrisp, Gala, Twenty Ounce, AutumnCrisp, McIntosh, Honeycrisp, Cortland, Sweet Sixteen, SnapDragon, Fireside, Empire, Fuji, Macoun, SnowSweet, Red Delicious, Fortune, Jonagold, Golden Delicious, Topaz, Ida Red, Northern Spy, Crispin, RubyFrost, Suncrisp, Granny Smith, and Cameo.
Check our News section for picking dates.
(Click here for a complete illustrated guide)
The Whittier Fruit Farm has been owned and operated by the Russell family since 1974. Ray and Judy Russell quickly replaced the very tall and old apple trees with smaller trees which are ideal for picking. They also added other pick-your-own crops such as blueberries, plums, sweet cherries, and pumpkins. Soon their two sons, Dave and Mark, and their families joined the business.
Fresh homegrown fruits and vegetables are available in season at our family-owned and operated farm since 1974.
Unlike many fruit farms in the area, we have trees that are just the right height for a "pick your own" farm. You will find 32 different varieties of apples in a fairly compact area. You also can buy apples already picked in our store.
Watch for us at Farmer's Markets and for the farm opening early summer!