Smiths Orchard grows more than 20 varieties of peaches and nectarines including Early Elberta (perfect canning peach), Canadian Harmony, Suncrest, Red Haven, Flamming Fury (four varieties), Rising Star, Blazing Star, 0’Henry, Brenda Sun, and White Peaches (4 varieties).
We also grow more than 20 apple varieties: June, Lowdi, Fugi (early and late), Honey Crisp, Rome Beauty (3 varieties), Red Delicious (4 varieties), Jonathan (2 varieties) Myers, Arkanasas Black, Winesap, Ida Red, Golden Delicious, Granny Smiths, and Gala.
During the off season, find the world’s greatest Italian Sorbetta made from our fruit at the Spin Cafe. Or taste some sweet fruit jam, made by Pioneer Valley. Find your favorite Smith’s Orchard varieties at the local farmers’ market.
My favorite thing to buy from Smith Orchards is the Bing cherries. It is the most common variety in Utah, but their Bings are still some of the best around. They have some varieties of apriums that are excellent and other excellent varieties of cherries.
Fresh Off The Tree is a family-owned fruit farm well-known for providing fresh and delicious produce. We allow all of our produce to ripen on the tree, vine, stem, stalk, and cane to ensure the best possible flavor. We pick your produce the day you receive it—fresh!
All of our vegetables are organically grown without price reflection. Making a profit is not the motivation behind what we do. Rather, we hope increased advertising will decrease waste and allow more people to benefit from this time-intensive hobby.
We sell most of our produce through pre-orders in order to facilitate fresh picking and delivery. Please call and order first so we can have your fruit ready. We also sell at the Ogden Farmers’ Market regularly. Visit our website and read the reviews for yourself. Taste buds don’t lie.
Quite honestly the best peaches I have ever had! I’ve given them to family as gifts and they can’t get enough of them either! There is no disappointment when buying from Fresh Off the Tree. The service is just as good as the peaches!
In all sincerity, the best peaches I have ever had! I was blown away when I found out they actually pick them the same day they deliver them. I never knew how big, juicy, and flavorful a peach could be until I tried some from these guys.
Other than sticky fingers, which i was compelled to lick over and over, I really appreciated the service ‘Fresh Off the Tree’ Provided in getting me the best Peaches on the planet.
Fowers Fruit Ranch is committed to providing our customers with the freshest locally grown and harvested produce for a great price. We grow cherries, pears, apples, peaches, raspberries, nectarines, and more. By buying local, you are supporting the area’s economy and reducing the amount of energy used in transportation. We invite you to visit us and discover a new way to buy produce.
Tagge’s Famous Fruit and Veggie Farms is a grower of local fresh fruits and vegetables and maker of quality jams, jellies and salsas. Famous for our local fresh taste, we own farms and orchards along the Wasatch Front, offering some of the best produce Utah has to offer.
Our farm-fresh products are a staple in many households. You can enjoy farm-fresh products in our Community Sponsored Agriculture (CSA) program. Our CSA Tagge Box is a weekly distribution of our finest seasonal fruits and vegetables. From July to October, a selection of locally-grown fruits and vegetables are packed in a box that can be delivered to your home or picked up at a Tagge’s location.
You can even add half bushel boxes of produce to your order, or add on local honey, farm-fresh eggs, and our homemade salsa and jam. Taste the freshness at Tagge’s fruit stands and various farmers markets along the Wasatch Front.
The University of Utah Farmers Market links local growers and artisans with the campus community and provides access to fresh, healthy, local produce and unique arts and crafts. The market operates from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursdays during the first session of fall semester.
Located on Tanner Plaza , west of the Student Union, we offer more than 35 vendors with fresh food options for students, faculty and the community. Choose from seasonal produce, local prepared food products, ready-to-eat foods, arts and crafts.
The Utah State University Student Organic farm provides an opportunity for students to learn all aspects of running a successful certified-organic market garden and CSA (community supported agriculture) program.
Our CSA shares come in two sizes: full and half. Half shares provide enough veggies for two to three people. Full shares feed approximately four to six people. Shareholders receive produce weekly beginning May through September—averaging 20 weeks of locally grown, organic produce.
Reap the benefits of our fruitful harvest on the USU campus every Wednesday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the Taggart Student Center plaza. We also sell starts for your own garden as early as mid-April.
Wilkerson Farm is a seasonal, organic farm located in Orem, Utah. Our mission is to help our local people live healthier and happier lives. We believe in good food and good fun.
We grow with the seasons and have produce available from June through November each year. We specialize in root crops like potatoes, carrots, & beets but we also grow tomatoes, lettuce, peas, and more. For juicy fruits, we partner with other local farmers to offer berries, peaches, watermelon, and cherries. How can you get our produce?
(1) Sign up for a CSA, which stands for Community Supported Agriculture. Its a way for you to partner with your local farm by paying in the spring for a share of the summer crop. We offer a weekly, biweekly, or monthly box option.
(2) Order it online and pickup at the farm. Once our season starts, we will post what’s fresh and newly in-season each week. When peaches come on in mid-July, you can jump online and order a basket, a box, or a bushel! All orders will be available for pickup on Saturday in Orem.
(3) Meet us at the farmers market every week. We will be at the Provo and SLC farmers markets every Saturday from June through October.
For fun on the farm, we invite kids to come learn about farming at our summer day camp, June Days. We host smaller workshops, like fruit tree pruning flower arranging. We also celebrate the changes of the seasons with our annual Fall Fair, which includes a pumpkin patch and 5 acre corn maze. So come visit us!
Knowledgeable, professional, locally owned farm. Such a great part of the community! We loved visiting.
Have loved visiting this place. We bought the best watermelon here. It was delicious!! Will continue to come buy produce here. 🙂 the fall fair activities was fun too. Really good corn maze.
Our family went to their pumpkin patch/corn maze and had a magical night! The staff was so friendly and accommodating! The rides were fun, the activities were great, and it was just the right size for our family to really enjoy without feeling overwhelmed and crowded! The grandchildren were in heaven and even my grown children had a ball! We left with a little pumpkin for each of the kids and everyone was thrilled! Thank you for providing a great night!
The Youth Garden Project has a mission to cultivate healthy children, families, and community through educational programs and the profound act of connecting people with food from seed to table. Using our one-and-a-half acre garden as a classroom, we offer programs for youth and adults that engage participants in science, math, and life lessons.
Youth Garden Project produce and value goods are sold at the Moab Farmers’ Market, directly to restaurants, at Moonflower Market Coop, and Village Market. Additionally, YGP has a 15-member CSA program that runs for 20 weeks each season. Some of the YGP produce is also sold to the local high school for their school lunch program.
Located on the Eastern Bench of Cache Valley, Utah, the Zollinger Fruit and Tree Farm grows high-quality produce and nursery products for both retail and wholesale.
The diversity of products has grown to include over 80 varieties of ornamental and fruit trees as well as a wide variety of shrubs and perennials. In the fall, apples are still harvested and sold to a local fresh market. Many of the 13 apple varieties are blended to make the apple cider, which the Zollinger family is so well known for.
Butcher’s Bunches makes no-sugar-added jams, marmalades, chutneys, relishes, fruit spreads, and balsamic vinegars. We do not add any artificial sweeteners or artificial preservatives and have created a 100 percent natural product for you to enjoy.
We have a variety of flavors utilizing local raspberries, peaches, apricots, cherries, blackberries, peppers, and onions. We also source lemons, Strawberry Guava fruit, California Mission Figs, and Deglet Noor Dates from other sustainably producing USA outlets. Feel free to ask us where the fruit in your jar came from. We can tell you!
Butcher’s Bunches Handcrafted Preserves of Logan, Utah is committed to preserving the roots of our community. We support farmers who grow sustainably, follow traditional family recipes, and embrace America’s diverse cultural harmony. American pioneers grew and gathered food, then preserved it over open flame while exploring the foundation of our country. Butcher’s Bunches preserves in that same fashion—respecting our roots and heritage. We use the same tin and aluminum pots over flame and each batch is stirred, poured, and labelled by hand. Please enjoy the true taste of what our farmers work so hard to give us. Try Butcher’s Bunches today.