1,000 trees, 10 varieties of peaches and apples available u-pick. Apple varieties include Elstar, Gala, Jonathan, King David, Gravenstein, Red & Golden Delicious, Arkansas Black, Rome Beauty, Fuji and Granny Smith.
Apple Annie's Orchard
John & Anne (Apple Annie) Holcomb
Family operation, u-pick farm and store open daily from early July. Apples, peaches, pears, apple bread, apple-smoked burgers. Orchard tours, school field trips, festivals.
Bean Tree Farm
NW Tucson, AZ
Description: Bean Tree Farm is a 20 acre saguaro/ironwood forest farm and ecological community. Since 1985, Bean Tree Farm has developed as a rainwater-fed, solar-powered, perennial farm and educational center. In addition to ongoing farm business, we offer seasonal hands-on workshops sharing the art and craft of native foods harvesting/processing, natural building, and permaculture.
Methods: Bean Tree Farm wild harvests its products from the desert. No inputs are used.
Products: Seasonal desert fruits, seeds, pods and pads (barrel cactus, cholla, herbs, ironwood, mesquite, paloverde, prickly pear, saguaro); fresh, dried, frozen, and solar-cooked preserves and specialty products, fresh eggs, etc.
Availability: Contact Bean Tree for availability.
Beatty’s Miller Canyon Guest Ranch & Orchard
Edith & Tom Beatty Sr & Jr.
2173 E Miller Canyon Rd
Hereford, AZ 85615
Description: This thirty-year-old family orchard is rebuilding after the Monument Fire, with 250 apples, 50 Pear Apples, and 2 peaches newly added and another 200 apple, cherry, plum, pear, and peach trees to be planted soon. Guest ranch surrounded by national forest for birders and hikers.
Methods: Sustainable, naturally grown - using organic methods- some irrigation using gravity fed spring water, no chemical fertilizer or pesticides.
Products: Apples (August to December), vegetables & rhubarb (April - September), eggs.
Availability: Our products can be found at our self-service fruit store on site and at the Bisbee and Sierra Vista Farmers Markets.
Birders Vista B & B & Orchard
5147 South Kino Road, in Sierra Vista
Johnnie and Audrey Eskue
Naturally raised pears, plums and produce. B & B for birders. (Sold at Bisbee and Sierra Vista Farmers Markets.)
Briggs & Eggers Orchard
Certified organic orchard selling fruit by the box or bag. Pink Lady, Sundowner, Red Delicious, Granny Smith apples, Barlett and Bosc pears, fresh apple cider in season. Fruit stand open 8 – 5:30 everyday July through December. Directions: Take I-10 to Willcox exit 340; go 17 miles north on Ft. Grant Rd. following signs to our stand. Look for our quality fruit under the “New Harvest Organics” label at your local retailer, farmers markets and The Produce Wagon.
Products: Organically raised apples, pears, and cider in season. Grass fed lamb.
Availability: As always with u-pick farms, you may wish to call ahead to confirm availability.
Bob Dirks and family
Sold fresh and frozen at Bisbee and Sierra Vista Farmers Markets.
Cochise off Dragoon Road
Organic farm and orchard owned by long time grower producing fresh produce, apples, peaches, watermelons, cantaloupes, heirloom vegetables such as red okra and Cinderella pumpkins sold at Sierra Vista and Tucson Farmers Markets.
English Fruit Farm
Dwight and Paul English
Apples, peaches, plums, pears, cider in season. Sold at Wild Oats and Tucson Farmers Market.
Gila River Indian Community Farm
General Manager, Robert Stone
(480)963-7739, (520)836-2671, (520)315-3965, c: (602)540-4556
Citrus, olives, vegetables, wheat, tilapia, shrimp.
Sold fresh at Sierra Vista Farmers Market.
Livity – Foods for Life
Fresh biodynamic organic dates.Raw and living food organic specialities, (raw date-sweetened fudge with local mesquite meal and sunflower hummus and tahini.) Sold at Sierra Vista and Tucson Farmers Markets.
Stout’s Cider Mill
Store at 1510 N. Circle I Road in Willcox
Corinne & Ron Stout
Family apple farm and store. Open 9 to 5. Apple pies, cakes, cider, apple butter, apple pie in a jar. Also available periodically at Bisbee and Sierra Vista Farmers Market.
Tumacacori Mission Historic Orchard
Tumacacori National Historical Park
Historic orchard replanted in 2007 with Kino era heirloom pomegranate, fig and quince trees through Kino Heritage Fruit Tree Project. Future sales of fruit and tree cuttings by Friends of Tumacacori Mission.
Desert sweet certified organic fruit.