Richards' Orchard Fruit Stall  

An Old-Fashioned Fruit Stall

We are a small family owned and run orchard in the Nelson region of New Zealand. Our roadside stall specialises in tree-ripened heritage and old-fashioned eating and cooking apples. In season, we also sell pears, plums, greengages, quinces, damsons, zwetschen plums and a few peaches.

We grow our own fruit and sell it through our stall (sorry, no phone or mail orders or deliveries).

We are open daily from January until August/early September each year.

The stall is at 668 The Coastal Highway (Highway 60). It is 500 m north of Bronte Road, and 1.8 km south of the turnoff to Mapua (Mapua Drive).

Look for the blue and white sign.

Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates and more. I try to keep up to date with what is in the stall each day or so.

[Sorry, we have no jobs for pickers: Our picking contract is with Thawley Orchard http://thawley.co.nz/employment.html ]

News

  • 23 February at 10:01 from facebook

    In stall: william bon chretien pears; queen of england sour plums for jam; fresh picked Gala (the original), Akane, Gravenstein, Nonnetit Bastard, Geheimrat, Prima and Ingrid Marie apples. Open daily

  • 23 February at 09:28 from facebook

    Stocking up after the storm and adding new varieties of apples: Nonnetit Bastard cooking apple and Gala (the original) now in stall.

  • 22 February at 06:38 from facebook

    In stall: new season apples, william bon chretien pears, and sour queen of england plums for jam. Sold out of zwetschen and sweet eating plums.

  • 19 February at 05:46 from facebook

    In stall: gravenstein, ingrid marie, prima and akane apples; william bon chretien pears; last of the zwetschen, coes golden drop and torwick plums. Lots of queen of england plums for jam.

  • 18 February at 08:10 from facebook

    Was delighted to have help picking yestrrday...Gravenstein picking for a cider maker.

 

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When are we open?

Every day
approx 8am to 6:30pm

Open January until August/early September