Offering you the pick of our orchard


We are saddened to let you know that Fieldstone Orchard is closed and we are leaving. We have no idea what the new owners will do with the place. We don't know if they will keep our organic restorative processes or go chemical, or go in another direction. We are officially closed and there is no U-pick.

Thank you to all of you who have supported us in our endeavor to heal this old orchard and bring chemical free, nutrient dense fruit to you and your families.

In Love and Gratitude,

Bruce and Marianne






What Can You Pick Today?

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Good-bye to Fieldstone It saddens us to let you all know that we are leaving Fieldstone Orchard. We do not know what the new owners will do with the place. Right now there is no Upick. We have no idea if they will continue our organic and restorative practices or if it will go chemical...we have no idea. Thank you to all of you who have supported us over these past 4 years.

HOURS:  Fieldstone is officially closed.

Check out our recipes.


Raspberries freeze beautifully, with or without sugar and make a wonderful healthy snack for the children!

Try a drop of dark chocolate inside your raspberries for a decadent delight!

Gluten free pie? Ask Marianne about her gluten free recipes!

Have you ever tried almond butter on a slice of apple? try a drop of honey!

A tip: put a few drops of lemon juice on freshly slice apple so it will not oxidize.


We have...

2015 Schedule (approximate)

Black Walnuts available now May 2015 - ? (in hull, hulled in shell) sweet luscious nutmeats! good for medicinals and stains too

Asparagus April 18 to May 18

Sour Cherries - June 8 - June 18, 2015 (finished)

Blackberries - June 28 to July 31, 2015

Raspberries - June to first frost

Lodi apples (finished) & Shiro plums (none this year)

Peaches, Italian Prune plums, sand plums, Paula Red apples (first of fall apples) - none in 2015

Crapapples - none in 2015 (every other year crop usually)

Asian Pears - Sept - October

Apples (32 varieities) - September -October (maybe early Nov)

(below is a sample of timing for the past 2 seasons)

2014 As it Ripens

Fuji - Crisp, sweet, juicy, a mild tang.. Lovely and tasty eating apple but nice to cook with too. Lots in the Sale Barn. They save well in your crisper of the frig. purchase seconds until November 12, 2014 by appointment only.

Gold Rush - tart, crispy, juicy, packed with flavor, perfect for pie and to each fresh if you like a good tart flavor-packed apple! October 12, 2014 finihsed.

Suncrips and Pink Lady - tart tangy, juicy, crispy lusciousness!! September 25, 2014. Suncrisp are finished.

Palladium grapes - concord red wine mix; best flavor yet this year; only about 10-20 lbs left on the vine to pick! Great for wine, jelly, grape juice. They do have seeds and the seeds are nutritious to eat. Grapes are finished.

Myra Fuji, Dixie Delicious, Rome - Myra Fuji is sweet and complex crisp juicy great eating apple, Dixie Del. is a delicious that is cripsier with more flavor, Rome right now is tart and packed with flavor. September 21, 2014 Dixie Delicious and Rome are finished but Rome are in the Sale Barn.

Jonagold, Jonalicious, Jonathan, Grimes Golden (heirloom variety complex sweet, tang crunchy juicy) apples are ready to pick Sept. 14, 2014. Getting picked out but still available. These are finished on the trees but Jonagold, Jonalicious remain in the Sale Barn.

Concord Grapes - sweet with seeds; tastes just like grape jelly! August 31,2014 Finished.

Ruby Jonathan apples - August 29, 2014 like a Jonathan but richer in flavor, deep beautiful red color nice large size. Finished.

Asian Pears - August 24, 2014; Sept. 14 - Korean Giant Asian pears are finished; fabulous flavor this year and more tasty a bit greener than golden. Crispy, juicy, luscious! We are picking them to save them from the wasps! Hosui, 20th Century, Shinseki all picked out.

Fieldstone Honey - August 17, 2014; honey from the beehives on our orchard tastes just like the orchard! Blue Ribbon winner this year Osage County 4-H Fair; goes quickly. Second harvest is in the store as of September 14, 2014 We have fresh frozen honey comb with raw honey in our freezer, a rare treat!! and we have comb honey in gift jars, too! Honey is finished.

Fieldstone Cider - August 17, 2014 until December 2014 usually; Pressed from our own apples and heirloom apples!

HoneyCrisp, Jonathan, Royal Gala - August 17, 2014; all these apples are crunchy & juicy! Gala is a sweet eating apple, HoneyCrisp is sweet with a refreshing sweet-tang; Jonathan sweet, tart, good fresh eating and baking and sauce. Gala and Honeycrisp finished as of Sept. 14; Jonathan continues and Autumn Gala we have a few in the store (ask when you come in.)

Plums - Italian Prune Plums (some picked ask if interested) & Sand Plums - August 14, 2014; Italians in the store; sand plums finished 8/21/2014

Paula Red apples - first of the fall apples!! crunchy juicy, tart and sweet, complex in flavor, heirloom variety from Leavenworth Kansas in 1868. July 27, 2014 - last weekend August 17, 2014

Crab apples - so great fresh in salads for a tart crunchy yum; roast them with veggies; great cooked with meats, make jelly, hard candy, chutneys (see my recipes!); July 27, 2014 - last weekend August 17, 2014

Shiro Japanese Yellow Plum - only one tree, they go quick; July 18 - 21 All picked & sold out

Blackberries - June 29, 2014 will be the first day of picking! August 15, 2014 officially finished. I have some in the freezer that were either too ripe to leave on the cane or had some minor bug damage but still good for juice.

Lodi apples - June 26 - 29. All picked out.

Sour Cherries - June 10, 2014 til picked / June 20, 2014. All Picked out, none to freeze.

Raspberries - June 10 until first frost Thanksgiving time. (We-Pick only; avail in Sale Barn) Call to save ahead. finished.

2013 As It Ripens

Aparagus - April 13 to May 31

Sour cherries - June 21, 2013 - June 27, 2013

Raspberries - June 21, 2013 - frost (We-Pick only; avail in Sale Barn)

Blackberries - July 2 - August 25 (6 weeks or so)

Lodi/Yellow Transparent apples July 5-10

Summer Apples - July 25-28

Crabapples - August 6 - ? (yellow and  red, large)

Paula Red (first fall apple, heirloom variety) August 5 - 10

Asian Pears - August 31- September 30 or so (Hosui and 20th Century, then Shinseki about 1 week apart or so)

Apples - 38 varieties begin with Jonathan - August 31 - we will have some varieites available from We-Pick such as Gala. Some varieties don't ripen until October and even as late as November 15 such as Fuji, Gold Rush, Arkansas Black, Black Twig, Pink Lady check here or Facebook to learn what is ripe when.

Fresh cider  - hopefully end of Sept – Dec 1st (we will let you know as we get ready to press!) 


38 Varieties of apples, 4 varieties Asian pear


See Calendar for more specific dates



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