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Directions to the Orchards & Gardens
Hollin Farms
1524 Snowden Road
Delaplane, VA 20144

From Route 50
Take Route 50 to Paris. Turn south on Route 17. Go 2 miles. Turn right on Route 688 (Leeds Manor Road). Go 1 mile. Turn right on Snowden Road (Rt. 711). Go 1/4 mile or until you see the signs on the left directing you to the orchard.

From I-66
Exit Route 66 at Exit 23 (Route 17 north to Delaplane). About 2 miles after exiting, you will cross Goose Creek and the railroad tracks at Delaplane. Continue on Route 17 for about 5 miles. Turn left on Route 688 (Leeds Manor Road). Go 1 mile.Turn right on Snowden Road (Rt. 711). Go 1/4 mile or until you see the signs on the left directing you to the orchard.

THE ENTRANCE TO HOLLIN FARMS looks like this. We are the second orchard on Leeds Manor Road, exactly one mile from Route 17.




This page updated Monday, June 18, 2018

Pick-Your-Own Fruits & Vegetables
This week, open Wednesday, June 20th, through Sunday, June 24th, 9am to 3pm. Closed Monday and Tuesday.
Please note, we will be closing an hour earlier this week, at 3pm. We stop letting pickers go into the orchard 20 minutes before closing.

Red Raspberries and Black Raspberries, Blueberries
Come in the mornings for the best picking.
$5 per pint. Pre-paid - per person

Pick-Your-Own Beets, Kale, Swiss Chard - $3.50 per pound

Pick your own peppers (both sweet and hot) - $2 per pound

Last week for Sweet Cherries. Tart Cherries are now at peak.
$12 per half gallon (admits one person).
Cherries are pre-paid, and containers must be purchased before entering the cherry orchard.
Other containers, bags, backpacks, and large purses are not allowed in the cherry orchard. Walk to cherry orchard is about 400 yards from parking area. If you have a small step ladder or a step stool, please bring it. It will help when picking cherries.

We take credit cards.
45 minutes west of the Beltway
1+ hour from DC
Next to Sky Meadows State Park


e-mail hollinfarms(at)gmail.com

See the chart below in the left-hand column of what we usually pick throughout the produce season.




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Here's a chart of what we usually pick throughout the produce season.

May, June strawberries and spring vegetables
Late June, early July raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, sour cherries, spring and summer vegetables
July, August berries, peaches, Japanese plums, Asian pears, cucumbers, tomatoes, sweet corn, peppers, beans, okra, eggplant, squash, dig-your-own potatoes, cut flowers, and other summer vegetables
Click here for the ripening order for peaches
September, October the pumpkin patch, apples, fall greens,
dig-your-own peanuts and potatoes
Click here for the ripening order for apples


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