The market will be open daily from 11 am until 6 pm. We are excited to announce that Chipman Farms will be stocking the market daily with fresh strawberries and vegetables. This week will feature Strawberries, Tomatoes, Greens and more selection daily.
Springtime sunset in late April. The apple trees have been pruned and soon, the leaves will emerge. Apple blossom time is not far away.
Fall has arrived!
We have mums, pumpkins, and of course, our wonderful apple cider made each day using all the apples we have in the market at the time!
We are now open Monday through Sunday from 9-6, and welcome you to stop in and say “Hi” to our friendly staff, learn about all our interesting varieties of apples, and enjoy our apples, cider, baked goods, bread, and more!
Come in tomorrow, August 13th, for the first of the Paula Reds, a great sweet-tart eating apple, and a late-summer staple!
Throughout August, we’ll be open from 10-5 Monday through Thursday and 9-6 Friday, Saturday and Sunday!
Our annual opening day corresponds with the United Maine Craftsman Fair held at the Cumberland Fairgrounds, just two miles beyond the Apple Barrel on Blanchard Road. Early season apples typically include Paula Red, one of our most popular early season eating apples.
There is snow on the ground and the market is full of apples and cider. We also have small and large evergreen Wreaths.
Apple harvest is in full swing. We are picking fresh apples every day of the week.
Today the crew was very busy picking Macoun, Honeycrisp, JonnaFree, Rolfe, Liberty, and Mcintosh. Tomorrow we will pick more Macoun, McIntosh, Rhode Island Greening, Snow Apple, and a few early Golden Delicious.
The selection in the market continues to expand every day that we harvest. We now grow 50 varieties of apples on the 200 year old homestead.
September 8th is Maine apple day but we think September should be Maine apple Month!We are in full picking season and open Seven days a week from 9 am to 6 pm. Right now in the market we have 10 varieties the McIntosh, Cortland,Red Gravenstein, Paula Red, Whealthy, Priscilla,
June 14, 2013, Sweetser’s Apple Orchard, Cumberland Center, Maine. On the left are Liberty apples. A few too many on the tree. On the right, the oldest tree in the orchard, Wolf River, also has a few too many apples. Clearly, all 5 apples are growing and the goal is to thin down to one remaining apple per cluster.