58 Snake Hill Road, North Scituate, RI 02857 401-949-0390

This Season's Hours: Fridays 9-5, Saturdays 9-5, Sundays 9-5 and Mondays 9-5


Update for Friday September  19th:

Unfortunately we are sold out of apples for the season, with only some very limited quantities left in the orchard.  

We currently have:

--Peaches: Pre-picked and pick your own (PYO). Two types available.

--Plums: Pre-picked and PYO.  Our plums are large Italian type plums.

--Pick your own pumpkins including sugar/pie pumpkins. *

--Nectarines: Pre-picked 

-- Certifies organic winter squash including the famous Winter Luxury.

--Certified organic Garlic and Shallots

--Certified organic cherry tomatoes, including PYO.

--Certified organic Heirloom Tomatoes.

--Hardy Mums and Hot Pepper plants

--Pick your own flowers, Dahlias, Zinnias and Sunflowers. 

Thank you, Jean and Al Fuoroli

* We grow 1 and 1/2 acres of pumpkins. We do purchase additional pumpkins for sale. Pumpkins and ornamentals are the only items we do not grow 100% ourselves.  

Our organic produce is labeled as such.  If it is not labeled as organic then it is not organic.  If you ever have any questions please let us know.  


ABOUT OUR ORCHARD: We are a small orchard that has grown steadily over the last couple of decades. Beginning with our first planting of 100 nectarines and 200 apples to our current level of over 1,000 fruit trees. Currently we grow nectarines, asian pears, apples, gourmet garlic, pumpkins, winter squash, flowers for cutting and more. We also tend honey bees and offer our own honey. All our trees are dwarft or semi-dwarft trees and the perfect size for small children who can pick their own fruit.

As of 2012 most of our back orchard is certified organic including our apples,garlic, shallots, tomatoes and winter squash. We also offer certified organic apple cider in season.

If you don't recognize the names of some of our apples it's because we grow many pest resistant apple varieties. This has allowed us to grow great looking and tasting apples with less inputs and to be able to offer certified organic apples. These apples were created the old fashion way...by cross pollination.