The start of apple season varies by location and type of apple, but most trees begin producing fruits in mid-August and early September. The beginning of each season is generally predictable from one year to the next but may be delayed or expedited by unusually cold or ...
Apple harvest season is between August and October. Different varieties of apple mature at different times, so the best month to pick them varies. Depending on the variety, apples mature after 100 to 200 days of growth.
Some places to go apple picking in Massachusetts include the Autumn Hills Orchards in Groton, Boston Hill Farm in North Andover and Keith's Farm in Acushnet. Other places are the Keown Orchards in Sutton, Hamilton Orchards in New Salem and George Hill Orchards in Lancas...
Apple orchards in many states allow the public to come and pick fresh fruit directly from apple trees. Some of the farms are Indian Creek in New York State, Jolly Orchards in Michigan, Pick at Garden Patch Farms in Illinois and The Farm in Washington state.
There are a number of apple orchards and farms in New York. These include Masker Orchards of Warwick, Stuart Farms of Granite Springs, and Outhouse Orchards of North Salem.
Places to go apple picking in Virginia include Silver Creek Orchard and Seamans' Orchard. Both orchards offer apple picking on select dates in the fall, as of 2015.
As of October 2015, some popular apple picking places in Illinois include Jonamac Orchard in Malta, All Seasons Orchard in Woodstock and Kuipers Family Farm in Maple Park. Orchard hours coincide with the apple harvest season. Most orchards open in August and stay open t...