Bells Orchard


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Address Bells Orchard
Bells Orchard
24350 Sw Farmington Rd.
Beaverton, OR
97007
Coordinates
N 45° 26.8446
W 122° 55.6196
Contact
503.313.1346
[email protected]
Bell's Orchard is a family owned u-pick orchard. We planted our first peach trees in 2005. The orchard is pruned to keep the trees short for easy picking. No ladders are needed. We love to have children come learn about the orchard and pick their own fruit. Our primary fruits are peaches, apples, pears and cherries. We also have a 'novelty' section of the orchard with a wide variety of other fruit trees. Just about anything that will grow in Oregon.

We also have our own bee colony and harvest honey each fall.

We hope you come visit us and pick your own fruit!

Product Description Price Harvest Availability Stay in touch
Apples We have several apple varieties: $1.00 / lb. Aug. 20 ~ Oct. 15 Season starts in 7 months
Apples (fuji) $1.00 / lb. Sep. 1 ~ Sep. 30 Season starts in 8 months
Apples (gravenstein) $1.00 / lb. Aug. 1 ~ Aug. 31 Season starts in 7 months
Apples (honeycrisp) $1.50 / lb. Aug. 1 ~ Sep. 30 Season starts in 7 months
Peaches We have the following peach varieti... $1.25 / lb. Jul. 10 ~ Sep. 1 Season starts in 6 months
Pears $1.00 / lb. Sep. 1 ~ Oct. 31 Season starts in 8 months
Pink Lady Apples $1.00 / lb. Oct. 1 ~ Oct. 31 Season starts in 9 months
Raw Bottled Honey $8.00 / pint Jan. 1 ~ Dec. 31 Available now !!

2013 looks like a great crop year. Peaches are especially good this year. They may be a week or two early so watch for the availability. You can "like" us on Face Book. We are Bells Orchard and will post weekly updates there.
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

8:00 am ~ 12:00 pm

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