Fruits are what we are best known for at Nicewicz Family Farm

We are proud of the wide varieties of fruit that we grow and our dedication to quality.  Below is a sampling of the fruits that we grow, we also have apricots, nectarines, and occasionally cherries.

"Eating" Apple Varieties

All of our apples are considered "eating" varieties and most will work well for cooking as apple sauce and pies, but a few are generally not a firm enough meat to stand up to the temperatures of cooking.  Below is a listing of our apples with some genral season information:

 

Brock

Cortland (September)

Empire (October)

Fuji

Gala

Ginger Gold (August)

Golden Delicious (October)

Gravenstein (August)

Honey Crisp

Jonagold (September)

Macintosh

Macoun (October)

Mother

Paula Red (August)

Red Delicious (October)

Vista Bella (August)

Westfield Seek No Further

Williams Pride (August)

Wolf River

Peaches

With over 500 trees, 15 varieties of peaches are grown at Nicewicz Family Farm that are in season from late July through the middle of September.

"Cooking" Apple Varieties

The more hardy the apple, the better it maintains its shape and texture when cooked / baked.  The following varieties are excellent candidates for cooking and a few have specific "best" uses:

 

Brock

Cortland

Fuji

Gala (Sauce)

Ginger Gold

Golden Delicious

Gravenstein

Honey Crisp

Jonagold

Macintosh

Macoun (Sauce)

Mother

Paula Red (Sauce)

Vista Bella

Westfield Seek No Further

Williams Pride

Wolf River

Pears

We grow 5 varieties of pears at the farm including Beurre Bosc and Sheldon.

Plums

We dedicated an acre to European and Asian plum trees.  These plums are in season from the middle of August through the middle of September in the following varieties:

 

Santa Rosa

Redheart

Elephant Heart

Blue Free

Black Amber

Stanley

Blueberries

We have an 1.5 acres of land where we grow our blueberries that are in season from the middle of July through August.

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