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WELCOME TO KUHN ORCHARDS

A fifth generation Pennsylvania orchard serving the Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. area.
Learn more about our orchard and visit us at a farmers market near you!

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2015 FARMERS MARKET SCHEDULE

Crystal City

Crystal Dr. between 18th & 20th streets
April 7 – November 24
Tuesdays, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Oakton

Oak Marr RECenter, Jermantown Rd.
May 6 – November 18
Wednesdays, 8:00 AM – Noon

Wakefield

Annandale – Wakefield Park, Braddock Rd.
May 6 – October 28
Wednesdays, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Fairfax

Adjacent to Historic Fairfax County Courthouse
May 9 – October 31
(Closed: July 4 – Parade and Oct 10 – Fall Festival)
Saturdays, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Vienna

Faith Baptist Church Parking Lot, 301 Center St. S.
May 2 – October 31
Saturdays, 8:00 AM –Noon

14th & U

Reeves Center, 14th & U Street, NW
May 2 – November 21
Saturdays, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Petworth

Upshur & 9th St. NW, at Georgia Avenue
May 2 – October 31
Saturdays, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Glover Park-Burleith

Hardy Middle School Parking Lot, 1819 35th St., NW
May 16 – November 21
Saturdays, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Lorton

VRE Parking Lot, Lorton Station Rd.
May 3 – November 1
Sundays, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Fairlington

Fairlington Community Center, 3308 S. Stafford St.
April 19 – November 22
Sundays, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Palisades

48th Place NW at MacArthur Blvd.
Year Round
Sundays, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM 

Find our Pennsylvania orchard produce at farmers markets

SPRING-FALL FARMERS MARKETS

Kuhn Orchards, a fifth generation family-owned farm in Adams County, Pennsylvania, cultivates the highest quality apples, peaches, berries and more, bringing them to customers at a wide range of Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. farmers markets.

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Farming practices at our Pennsylvania orchard

FARMING HISTORY & PRACTICES

Learn how our fifth-generation family farm began in the 1840s and grew into a 340-acre orchard that cultivates diverse crops and commits to sustainable farming practices and land conservation.

FARMING HISTORY & PRACTICES

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What's ripe at our Pennsylvania orchard

WHAT’S FRESH NOW

Learn what we’ll be bringing to the next farmers market, and then head to a Washington D.C. or Northern Virginia farmers market for this fresh, delicious produce from our family’s Pennsylvania orchard! We specialize in cultivating hundreds of varieties of fruits in addition to vegetables and herbs.

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Recipes fresh from our Pennsylvania orchard

FARM-TO-TABLE RECIPES

Find farm-to-table recipes using fresh, in-season produce from our Pennsylvania orchard. New to certain fruits or vegetables? We have hundreds of recipe ideas to use all that fresh produce you picked up at the market or through our CSA!

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FEATURED BLOG POSTS FROM KUHN ORCHARDS

Whatcha Muchin' Dave? Crimson Topaz!

Crimson Topaz600Dave's munching Crimson Topaz AND applesauce! Crimson Topaz is a new apple variety that we are growing and Dave thinks highly of it.  Dave's usual go-to-apple is Braeburn, which is a sweet-tart apple with a really hard flesh.  And that's why he likes the Crimson Topaz.  It has a firm flesh and with a not too sweet-not too tart flavor. Dave LOVES applesauce.  He will eat it with every meal, and a big bowl of it too.  He especially likes it with ham.  Mary Margaret has said a couple of times "I'm finished making applesauce this year."  And then a week later, she'll say "Will you save a bushel of culls for me?  I need to make some applesauce."  What happened to the applesauce you already made?!  Apparently, Dave will eat most of the applesauce, practically before it goes in the freezer! Read More...

Whatcha Munchin', Peachy?

CC_FarmersMarket-0157There are so many employees that love Kuhn Orchards peaches that it would be impossible to fit them all in the picture.  But we'll highlight what a few folks say about our peaches. Sandy likes to make peach pie.  She has a recipe that makes 4 pot-pie sized pies.  She'll bake one and then freeze the other three to enjoy during the winter.  Sandy also just made us a fresh batch of Peach Jam, so keep an eye out for it at market! Chris likes to eat her peaches on cereal and baked in a cobbler. Morgan says that our peaches are extremely juicy and flavorful.  She enjoys eating them fresh or in a cobbler or pie. Nathan and Dave are two peas in a pod because they like to eat sliced peaches on vanilla ice cream. Caleb has the privilege to be out in the field and will eat them fresh off the tree. Diane enjoys eating the peaches fresh out-of-hand. Sarah says Kuhn Orchards peaches are "duh...the Best!"  She'll peel, chop and freeze them for smoothies.   And here's a personal side story.  If you haven't gathered from the newsletters yet, I'm not a member of the family.  But my mom is a gardener and enjoys patronizing the Read More...

Whatcha Munchin', Katy? Radishes!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Until recently, I hated radishes.  My mom has a picture in her office of me in pre-school trying a radish.  I have a puckered mouth and grotesque look on my face.  Since then radishes have never been appealing. I never understood the appeal of radishes when folks bought them at market.  And they would rave about them as I tallied up their produce. When I was preparing the radishes for market one day, there was one lone radish in the bottom of the bucket that had popped off their greens.  "Welp, that one can't go," I thought, "What the heck?"  With a shrug, I took a bite.  It was airy and light yet with a fantastic crunchy texture.  And the peppery flavor was bold and dynamic, but not too intense. Now, whenever there is a lone radish in the bottom of the bucket, a smile crosses my face. I have yet to take any home and add them to our dinner meal.  I'm not quite sure if Mark will be too enthused.  So for now I will keep munching on lone radishes at work.  But I bet we could have a fun time letting our 7 month old son suck on one and take Read More...