Where are you located in Ellijay?

We are located a beautiful few minutes’ drive outside of Ellijay GA on HWY 52 East toward Dawsonville or Dahlonega. Visit our map for specific directions from your location.

Where are you located in Ellijay?

Are the orchards family friendly?

One of the areas we pride ourselves in at Reece Orchards is our family friendly atmosphere. We want to provide families a place to enjoy the outdoors and the fun in our orchards. We have petting farm and other farm fun for children. We also welcome school field trips Tuesday-Friday by appointment.

Are the orchards family friendly?

What kinds of apples do you carry?

We have a wide selection of apples both in the market and available for u-pick when in season. We grow 20 different varieties on 120 acres. We have u-pick in 2 of our orchards totaling 60 acres. We always pick in our other 3 orchards to sell in our market.

What kinds of apples do you carry?

How do we know what apples are in season?

Although exact dates can vary by a couple weeks, please visit our calendar for U-pick varieties and dates. If you are interested in apples in our market, please call us to verify we have begun picking.

How do we know what apples are in season?

I’m looking for good apples for cooking, what are popular cooking apples?

Depending on what you’re making, you’ll need to look into a variety of different apples. Cooking Apple: Rome Beauty is our best and most popular cooking apple. Mutsu Golden, Jonathan and Stayman Winesap are always good options due to their juicier flavors. Tarts or Pies: you can never go wrong with Granny Smith. Don’t be

I’m looking for good apples for cooking, what are popular cooking apples?

How do I know apples are ripe?

There are many things to consider when picking apples. First, knowing the season of apples helps you determine the best time to pick them. Also, knowing the features of the individuals types of apples is a must. Some things to consider when picking apples is 1) that they lacking bruising, 2)proper texture and firmness for

How do I know apples are ripe?
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