Antique and popular apple, plum and pear varieties, farm-pressed cider, live vinegar, Concord grapes & more.
All from our orchard just 30 miles south of Madison
We planted our orchard in 1999 on fallow land being used as a horse pasture. Henry, a third-generation fruit-grower originally from Southwest Michigan, practices sustainable small-scale agriculture with far less spraying than commercial conventional growers. Our carefully tended orchard and licensed nursery features antique and other apple trees as well as plum, pear and peach trees. Our cultivation of traditional French and English cider and dessert apples allows us to specialize in both cider and fresh-eating varieties—see complete list of apples within. We also feature an unusually diverse selection of plum trees, with fruit ideal for baking and fresh eating. Using organic methods, we grow delicious Concord grapes, blueberries, pink and red currants, and a select range of French and other melons.
For more information about fruit, trees, or cider, please write or call Henry Morren or visit us at the original Dane County Farmers’ Market from mid-April through November on the Capitol Square.We will also be at the Eastside Farmers’ Market in Central Park from mid-April through November, at the Monroe Street Farmers’Market at Edgewood College from late August through October, and at the DCFM Winter Market at Monona Terrace.