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Weaver’s Orchard & Farm Market

Nestled in the scenic hills of Berks County, Weaver’s Orchard is an expansive fruit farm with a year-round farm market stocked with fresh and local produce, a cafe, deli, bakery and more. Come enjoy pick-your-own fruit from June to October as well as many family-friendly events centered around our crops. We’re conveniently located at the corner of Berks, Chester & Lancaster counties, just 10 miles south of Reading and 5 miles from the Morgantown interchange on the PA turnpike for easy access from Philadelphia.

Pick-Your-Own Fruit

Experience pick-your-own fruit season here, which starts in June with strawberries. Other crops you can enjoy throughout the season include red and black raspberries, sweet and tart cherries, blueberries, blackberries, apricots, plums, peaches, nectarines, apples, pears, quince, pumpkins kiwiberries, sunflowers and more until the season wraps up in late October. We use an Integrated Pest Management approach with our farming practices that employs many preventative and organic methods to ensure that our crops and our land remain healthy.

Farm Market Open All Year

When you shop our year-round farm market, you’ll find our homegrown fruit plus an array of produce which we carefully select for quality as well as our award-winning freshly pressed apple cider. Treat yourself to a delicious espresso beverage at Kim’s Cafe or pick up some fresh baked goods in our bakery. Don’t forget to grab a sandwich or cold cuts in our deli. Browse grocery items as well as an assortment of locally sourced dairy items and free-range meats. Shop in-store or online. Curbside pick-up and local delivery within 10 miles is available!

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From Our Blog

10 Cool Apple Facts

I can still remember the crisp, tart taste of a freshly picked Stayman Winesap apple that I picked with my mom and a few friends when I was a child. Back in “those” bygone days, we used to come to Weaver’s Orchard before they had convenient shorter trees and dwarf apple trees. A lot of the good apples were way up high on the tree, and they left out the apple picking baskets on a stick. It turns out I’m not the only one who doesn’t know the correct word for this apple harvesting tool, since it’s listed online as “Fruit Tree Picker Harvester for Plucking Long Hard to Reach…

10 Cool Apple Facts

5 Minute Apple Crisp

Ever have craving for apple crisp, but you don’t have the time to bake a whole one? Or perhaps you want a single serving apple crisp and are searching for a quick dessert for one option. Enter: 5-Minute Apple Crisp. This recipe comes together in a few minutes and cooks for just 3-4 minutes in the microwave! To make it, you’ll need about 3 apples. I tend to save the half-eaten apples my kids leave around for their portions. If you have access to seconds of apples that’s a great, affordable option as well. I made this with MacIntosh apples, but right now at Weaver’s Orchard there are 16 varieties…

5 Minute Apple Crisp

90 Years of God’s Blessings

In 1978, Mary B. Stoltzfus wrote an autobiography titled God’s Care for an Orphan–a 20-page photocopied book interspersed with photographs of her family, written when she was in her early 70s. Her story of God’s care for an orphan is also the story of God’s care for the Weaver family. Mary B. Stoltzfus’s maiden name was Mary Weaver–she was the sister of Daniel Weaver, who was the grandfather of Ed Weaver, the current president of Weaver’s Orchard. A Thriving Farm Mary’s autobiography describes how her parents, Jacob and Lizzie Weaver, owned a 135-acre farm in Lebanon, Delaware, near the banks of the St. Jones River. It was on this farm…

90 Years of God’s Blessings

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