Apple Blossom Orchard & Market is a family-owned and family-operated business located only 5.5 miles North of Appleton in Black Creek, Wisconsin. Our vision is to enrich the quality of life of our customers by providing delicious, healthy, nutritious, and locally-grown fruits and vegetables.
WE ARE OPEN through NOVEMBER 5
Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00am to 6:00 pm
Sunday, 1:00 – 6:00pm
WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL?
We encourage you to taste any and all of the apples we have in stock. Find the apples you like best. You may be surprised… but never with what you are taking home!
We also let every customer hand select their apples. Whether you want small, medium, or large apples, you get to pick. We want you to be thrilled with your purchase!
IN THE STORE NOW
Our most popular apple, Honey Crisp provide an unrivaled crunch and a sweetness reminiscent of honey. Stores well and good for fresh eating and salads.
Cortland – JUST PICKED
Refreshingly sweet and tart apple with a nice crunch and pure white flesh. This is Gramma’s favorite for pies.
Gala – JUST PICKED
This orange apple with red vertical stripes is the #2 apple in the US. Dense flesh, sweet, low acidity, and perfect for backpacks or lunch boxes.
McIntosh – JUST PICKED
This old-time classic has a nice balance between tart and sweet. It has a little thicker skin and pure white flesh. Excellent for fresh eating, pies, sauce, you name it. There is a reason it’s been around forever!
This very sweet and crunchy early season apple is one of our favorites for fresh eating. The kids like them more than Honey Crisp. These won’t last long so come and try them.
Another early season apple, nicely balanced good all-around apple for fresh eating, baking, and sauce.
Two sizes at reasonable prices for fall decorating.
Apollo, Knuckleheads, and more coming.
Take a bag home for your four-legged friends!
OTHER THINGS IN THE STORE
Cherry tomatoes, white candy onions, watermelon, peppers, big pumpkins, knucklehead pumpkins, squash, goose-neck gourds, cantaloupe, hand-crafted goat’s milk soap, popcorn, jam, maple syrup, salsa, pickles, apple butter, honey, hair accessories, vintage apple decor, deer apples, and more!
HOMELY APPLES – Help us find a home for “Homely Apples”…and SAVE 50%!
Homely apples are typically called seconds. They may be a little lopsided, slightly bruised, or maybe have a stem prick. Nevertheless, they taste great, are just as healthy, and offer a great way to extend your food budget. Buy lots and make apple pies, sauce, or cider!
Coming soon… Fortune, Golden Delicious, Snow sweet, Pink Lady, Ambrosia, Cameo, Red Delicious, Candy Crisp, Jonathan, Jonagold, Spartan, Pears, and more! We never pick until ripe ensuring you the best tasting apples in the area.
We take credit cards, checks, and cash.
Farm-to-School Orders, click here.
Pale green to yellow fruit that is moderately sweet and crisp. Good all-around apple for fresh eating and baking.
These enormous apples are finely textured, juicy, and sweet with a little tang and spicy undertone. This variety is reminiscent of older, heirloom varieties in appearance and flavor which makes them popular. They are good for fresh eating, baking, sauce and cider. Because of their size, processing goes really fast.
A relative of Jonathan (a Jonathan/Golden Delicious cross) this is a smaller apple with a similar, slightly sweeter taste and a honey-like aroma. These are good for school lunches and snacking.
Well known for its snow-white flesh, this is a thin-skinned apple with a nice, light crunch and a clean, fresh sweetness. Good for fresh eating and probably the best apple we have for salads because it is so white and is slow to brown.
An old standard that you probably found in your Gramma’s back yard. Sweet with a touch of tartness. A nicely balanced apple good for fresh eating and excellent for cooking.
For tart apple lovers, this is what you have been waiting for! Now in the store, Pink Lady has an excellent tartness with plenty of sweetness to balance. The apple has a pretty pink blush with a dense texture and a burst of flavor when you bite into it.
A Red Delicious descendent but not as red, more yellow with orange-red flushes. It’s a pretty as a Red Delicious but much better tasting.
Aptly named, Ambrosia is ridiculously sweet, ginger overtones, moderately dense and crispy, excellent fresh eating and for salads. One of our best sellers for good reason. Low acidity makes this easy on the tummy.
Everyone knows Fuji for its crisp crunch, complex taste, and citrus overtones. It was introduced in Japan and is one of the most popular apples around the globe. Good for fresh eating and baking. Keeps very well.
Candy Crisp (new in 2016)
A new variety for us. Juicy and clean sweet candy-like taste. Very large golden-yellow fruit with a cute pink blush.
A really beautiful ruby-red fresh eating apple and great for sauce.
We have Bosc pears, a very russety brown, very sweet and heirloom-style pear and Flemish Beauty, a green pear that is firmer in texture, not quite as sweet but very nice and juicy. Let them sit out on the counter top for a couple of days if you like them less firm.
A nice little apple, sweet, juicy, and moderately tart and crispy. A derivative of McIntosh and a great apple for school lunches.
A classic, heirloom apple with origins right here in northeast Wisconsin. They are HUGE, so a big favorite if you are baking. One apple can make a whole pie.
Make sure you check out the “Apples” page for complete detailed descriptions.