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OUR FRUIT

With one of the largest range of PYO fruits across the South East we take enormous pride in growing fruits with great flavour.

 

As well as growing the traditional headline Pick Your Own fruits our ambition is to champion the lesser known fruits of the past and the more unusual and exciting fruits of tomorrow, a work in progress, fruits don't grow overnight.

Please note: From September the PYO is still open for plums, greengage and blackberries.

 

The PYO will be open Tuesday - Sunday 10-5.

Follow us on social media for up to date farm goings on.

Most of our fruits are available for you to pick your own.

 

We believe in a 'try before you buy' policy.

This way you can experience a real taste tour of the farm whilst only picking and paying for the fruits you really like. It is however a 'try' policy not a fill your boots policy.

 

What better way to get outside and explore the beautiful Sussex countryside with new tastes and an abundance of the freshest fruit all ripe for the picking.

 

How it works:

  1. Choose some punnets or bring your own.

  2. Explore the farm picking fruits as you go.

  3. Pay for your fruit according to weight.

PICK YOUR OWN

If picking your own fruit is not for you, you can purchase freshly picked fruit from our farm stall.

 

We’re passionate about championing all of our fruits but in particular we want to celebrate the unusual fruits – the ones you’ve never heard of and the ones you know of but have never tried.

 

It's quite likely that we'll have some fruits available to purchase ready picked that you won't find to Pick Your Own. But we'll let you know this on arrival and also keep you posted on everything going on via our Facebook and Instagram pages.

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READY PICKED

FRUIT AVAILABILITY

Our fruit season is short and the dates vary according to mother nature. The chart below shows the approximate times when fruits are in season. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram or contact us directly to confirm when specific fruits are in season.

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