Abers Acres Homegrown Organic Fruits and Vegetables

Nothing taste better than truly fresh picked fruits and vegetables. That means right from the field or berry patch to our tables. We take pride in putting out only the freshest most delicious produce, organically grown and chemical free, for our valued customers.


           Click on each fruit or vegetable to learn about what we grow at Abers Acres


One of our signature crops at Abers Acres. It is also one of the first of the season. Abers Acres opens when the Strawberries are ready! We plant several varieties to keep berries available for most of June and often into July.

Black Raspberries
Sweet and juicy, just right for a summertime pie. They are just starting up as the Strawberries start to fade.
We have a large field of blueberries with varieties that will start at the end of July and through August.
Red Raspberries
Our best Red Raspberries are our fall crop. They are firm and sweet and keep on producing after most other summer fruits are gone.
The very first produce to become available in the season. Rhubarb generally ripens a bit before the strawberries. Don't worry though, there will be plenty left when you want to make your strawberry-rhubarb pie.
These are a favorite of u-pickers and are also available fresh picked at our locations. Are generally ready end of June and into July. We have successive plantings to stretch out the season for the peas.
Green & Yellow Beans
Garden fresh flavor for your summertime dinner table and also a favorite for putting away for winter.
Fava Beans
A favorite in Italian cuisine. They are ready to pick in early July.
Sweet Corn
This is a staple crop at Abers Acres. We try to have our first corn ready by mid July (untreated seed must be planted a little later than the chemically treated seed). You will find your favorite bi-color, white and yellow varieties. Careful planning at planting time ensures tasty, fresh sweet corn available until early Fall.
New Potatoes
Available from late June to October. Both red & white skinned varieties are grown and make a great addition to fresh peas or beans.
Currents & Gooseberries
These are relatively new additions to our berry crops. Wonderful for baking, jams, jellies, juices and fresh eating. Look for these special treats from mid July through late August.
We have several varieties of delicious fresh tomatoes for your salads and as the season goes on for canning.
A small planting of cultivated black berries are grown to supply our markets and a limited amount of wild blackberries are marketed when available.
Varieties such as Johns, Nova, York and Adams are grown in limited supply and offered fresh at our markets.
Winter Squash
Ready to harvest in late September. Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup and Blue Hubbard are the most popular varieties.
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Home Grown Popcorn
Popcorn A new crop for us last year that was a great success. Last Fall's popcorn is available at our Farm Market now.
Our Veggie Patch
Summer Cabbage - ready July - August
Fall Cabbage - Ready in September
Carrots - Available July - September
Onions - Available July - October
Eggplant - Ready July - August