CHERRY HILL ORCHARD AND MARKET – THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON GREEN BLUFF
WE HAVE SOME NEWS!
Sign up for our Peach Club to be the first to know about special picking days for our limited selection of ripe peaches. Only Peach Club members have exclusive access to these peaches.
Go to the Orchard tab to find all of the information.
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT WHEN YOU VISIT CHERRY HILL!
BLESSING ON THE BLUFF
On Saturday, July 22nd we will be blessing The Anna Schindler Foundation. The Anna Schindler Foundation mission is to provide emotional and financial support to families fighting childhood cancer in the Inland Northwest while raising awareness of this disease.
Would you be willing to bring a donation of a small toy for children from 2-15? These items will be used at “Poke Prizes”. When a child receives a shot, get accessed or go through a difficult procedure they are given a small prize to give them a smile. Here are a few examples for you to donate: play doh containers, finger poppers, fidget spinners, pop fidgets, hot wheels, stress balls, finger therapy toys. If you bring an item your family can receive one pound of u-pick cherries for free (one per family).
To learn more about this The Anna Schindler Foundation click here.
CHERRY HILL ORCHARD
OPEN IN THE SUMMERS FOR PICKING CHERRIES AND RASPBERRIES
CHERRY HILL MARKET
QUALITY HAND-PICKED, LOCAL VENDORS OFFER AN ARRAY OF HOME GOODS AND DECOR
AN INSIGHT INTO OUR FAVORITE SPOTS ON THE BLUFF, RECIPES AND SO MUCH MORE!
CHERRY HILL ORCHARD AND MARKET STORY
My husband Jeff and I purchased Cherry Hill Orchard and Market on Green Bluff in 1998. I was born and raised in Denver, so I was not so sure about living so far away from “civilization”. Jeff was raised on a farm in Iowa and was looking forward to raising our family in the country, so I thought I would give this farming life a chance. The house and orchard needed a lot of repair, but we were up for the job. With the help of family, we gutted the house and lovingly put it back together. Our wonderful farm neighbors helped us determine which trees could be saved and which had to be taken out. We pulled out 400 apple, apricot, peach and cherry trees and then over the next 19 years, we planted many more cherry, apricot, peach and plum trees. We have also planted about 2000 raspberry bushes….. READ MORE ON THE BLOG