We grow an array of raspberry varieties and colors. We grow both summer-bearing and fall-bearing red raspberries. Summer-bearing raspberries (also known as floricane-fruiting) produce fruit on one year old canes (the fruiting branches or wood) that are overwintered from the previous year. Our harvest season for summer-bearing red raspberries is typically from mid-June to the […]
We have harvested some very lovely radishes (specifically lots of French Breakfast Radishes), and I realize that we don’t have very many radish recipes posted on our website. If the radishes are tantalizing you, we thought we’d give you some suggestions for recipes. And like 99% of people, when you don’t know what to make, […]
Love the Farmers Market Scene?
Work for Kuhn Orchards! As soon as peaches hit the stand, we always find ourselves in need of some extra help at our farmers market stands. If you or someone you know would be interested in working for Kuhn Orchards, please review the job description and submit an application. The pay is very competitive and we […]
Pop’s Perspective: Peaches
In this video, Dave is packing peaches with Sidney and talking about the crop. Keep in mind, we’ll be bringing our early Flaming Fury and Desiree varieties this weekend. It is typical of early peaches to be on the smaller side and to have split pits. Early peaches have a shorter growth period between the […]
Happy 4th of July!
Happy 4th of July Weekend!! All of our farmers markets will be open during the holiday weekend. We have plenty of delicious produce for your Red, White & Blue festivities! Raspberries have you covered for your red. Blueberries satisfy the blue; obviously! And PEACHES can be your white. (Yes, technically they are yellow, but they will […]
Summer Crop Update
It is starting to look like summer – at least crop-wise! We are starting to harvest our berries – Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries and Red Currants. We are currently only harvesting our blackberries from a single row in our high tunnel, so we have a very limited supply. We will definitely have more blackberries later in […]
Crop 101: Asparagus
We have 3 acres of Asparagus on the farm. Our oldest patch was planted in 2000. Our newest patch was planted in 2015, and includes the first purple asparagus we’ve ever grown. We will only harvest a few spears from the new patch this year. We want it to have a good strong foundation, and […]
Strawberries have been slowly (I mean slowwwlyyy) ripening. They have been suffering from a major lack of sunlight and heat. And all the rain has not helped either. Many customers have asked us over the past couple of weeks if we were picking any berries yet, and our response has been, “No. And we’re glad […]
Saying Goodbye to Glover Park Farmers Market
Sometimes we have to make the hard decision to leave a farmers market. We don’t take the decision lightly, because we’ve grown to love the customers who shop with us each week. But when evaluating our market schedule from a business standpoint, there are times when we realize that we don’t have the capacity to […]
We spent some time this winter updating and reorganizing our recipe section on our website. We also added some new recipes as well. Please check it out. We have organized recipes by crop and by food category. So hopefully you will easily find some new favorite recipes to try this season. For quick access to […]
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