Scott’s Orchard support all types of community activities. We sponsor many sports teams, yearbooks, and even give away a yearly scholarship.
Donation requests are only accept via the online form. Requests in person, by phone, by fax, and by mail are NOT accepted.
The scholarship application is always available the first week of February.
At this time, we do not offer any type of large group tours. We will, however, schedule apple tasting sessions for any large group.
Unfortunately, we do not allow any type of animals on our farm. Firstly, this is a requirement of the health department. Anyone with a service animal, as defined by ADA, will be fully accommodated. If a service animal is required on an operations tour, the entire tour group will run a modified schedule.
Our peach care card will tell you exactly what to do with your peaches, and be sure to watch some of our recipes to see all the treats you can make with them.
Yes, we do accommodate wholesale orders. Give us a call at (256) 828-4563 and ask to speak to Kevin or Will for more information on wholesale.
Yes, we are 116 years old and have had 5 generations of family living on the farm.
We have plans for pre-order apple and peach trees for the 2018 year. All trees will be picked-up at the orchard towards the end of the winter in early 2019 (as soon as it is safe to plant the trees.)
Stay tuned for more information on how to order.
We sell peaches in a woven wooden 8 quart market basket (~10lbs).
We sell our apples by the half-peck (~5lbs or 12 apples,) the peck (~10lbs or 24 apples,) the half-bushel (~20 lbs or 50 apples,) or the bushel (~40lbs, 100 apples, the WHOLE box.) Four pecks make a bushel.
We grow our own peaches, nectarines, watermelons, tomatoes, okra, squash, beans, and apples. The sweet potatoes we sell come from our neighbors next door!
We accept cash, all major credit/debit cards, checks, Apple Pay, Andriod Pay, and FMNP vouchers. We do not accept EBT cards at this time.
The peaches we sell are always picked the morning of or the day before.
We do! The fall of 2017 was our first year to offer Pick-Your-Own apples to the public. Thanks to all our customers, it was a great success! We have many new plans to expand in the future years.
We will start taking reservations August 1, 2018 for our fall operations tour.
A freestone peach will fall right off the pit when cut in half. Thus, the freestone peach is great for eating and highly favorited for cooking and canning. The fruit inside of a clingstone peach does not fall off of the pit. Thus, still making it a great peach to eat though not favored for cooking and freezing.
Peach season always starts in June. Our freestone peaches start coming in after the Fourth of July. We then role straight into apple season which always starts on Labor Day. The best time to come for apples is the first of October which is the time we have the most variety. We normally sell apples through November/December.
Yes, we are a conventional farm. We have a very intense IPM (Integrated Pest Management) program. We use weather models, computer forecasts, and visual observations to only target specific diseases and pests during any particular spray.
We do not have online orders at this time. Though, we are working hard and online orders will be coming very soon.
We farm 1,200 acres. We have 150 acres in fruit trees: 90 acres in apples and 60 in peaches.