Apple Trees, Hardy Grape Vines, and Seasonal Vegetables
Remick’s Orchard is a 40 acre farm in Anoka County, Minnesota with heritage dating back to 1935.
Owners Chuck and Donna Remick along with their son Bryce and their 3 grandchildren now have more than 1200 apple, plum, cherry, and pear trees planted. They also have two acres of Minnesota hardy grapes in their Heritage Vineyard, along with small fruits and vegetables to offer during the season.
Small fruits including blueberries, raspberries and fresh asparagus.
We harvest fresh pickling cukes and canning tomatoes along with some fresh produce, including the sweetest sweet corn.
Surrounding our pumpkin patch we have walking trails through our heavily wooded forest and wetlands. Always deer, rabbits, squirrels, Sand Hill cranes, turkeys, turtles and maybe a pheasant or grouse can been seen. Naturally created fall scapes, wild grape vines over 3” diameter. Don’t forget to look up! We have an abundance of bluebirds. This year we have nesting Scarlet Tanagers.
Sorry, no pets. Since we are a working farm with garden areas and wild animals, we ask that you please leave your pets at home.
Are you up for a picture? Newly planted Autumn Revolution Bittersweet on our deer fence will radient this fall.
We always try to plant the unusual. This year, Snake Gourds, Blue Sausage, and Cotton.
Pantry and Gift Items
We have a number of items in our shop available for sale during seasonal hours. We also sell gift certificates! Pantry items include Kein Foods mustard, honey apricot barbecue sauce, smoke and pepper barbecue sauce, honey pepper jelly, pure raw honey, salsa, spaghetti, pickles, assorted jams, jellies, syrups, Minnesota maple syrup, hot jalapeño jams, hot pickled cauliflower, hot pickled asparagus, fresh ground horseradish, pancake and corn bread mixes, pies, and Minnesota wild rice.
We also have a number of gift items in our shop, including home made aprons, artichoke flowers, Indian corn, pop corn, Fall decor, straw bales, gourds, corn shocks, pumpkins, squash, and rusty metal art.
Join us on Facebook!
Follow us on our Facebook page: Remick’s Orchard and Nursery, LLC. Like us and share with your family and friends. Recently, we have been discussing “The Journey Of An Apple” on our Facebook Page. This takes you from the beginning of pruning to the harvest of the apple. It includes the good and the bad. Very interesting as the harsh winter of 2014 shows its side. We also discuss cell division, seed count, leaf analysis, sizing, ripening, and harvesting.