Picking

Denis Charbonneau orchards offer the picking of a great variety of apple and berries, such as; Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and plums, in addition to the delicious pears "Beauté flamande" and pumpkins.

You will spend a pleasant time, whether with family or friends.

fruits

Apples

Jaune transparente

Jaune transparente

July 24

Vista Bella

Vista Bella

August 1

Melba

Melba

August 10

Jersey mac

Jersey mac

August 15

Paulared

Paulared

August 20

Sunrise

Sunrise

August 20

Lobo

Lobo

September 1

Gingergold

Gingergold

September 10

Mcintosh

Mcintosh

September 15

Liberté

Liberté

September 15

Honeycrisp

Honeycrisp

September 15

Gala

Gala

September 15

Belmac

Belmac

September 20

Cortland

Cortland

September 25

Pomme Spartan

Spartan

September 25

Empire

Empire

October 1

Pomme Délicieuse

Délicieuse

Octobre 2

Pomme Golden Racet

Golden racet

October 7

Pomme Ambrosia

Ambrosia

October 8

Other fruits

Strawberry

Strawberry

June

Raspberry

Raspberry

July

Blueberries

Blueberries

July

Pear

Pear

“Beauté flamandes”
september, october

Plums

Plums

“Mont-Royal”
august, september

Pumpkins

Pumpkins

September 15 to
october 31

How to Pick
an Apple?

Grasp id gently, in order not to damage it, and lift it. If it is ripe, it will simply detaches.

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Source : lapommeduquebec.ca

How to preserve my apples?

Apples keep better when handled properly. Store them in perforated plastic bags inside a refrigerator drawer. If you buy large quantities, put them in a cold room at 0 to 4°C and cover them with sheets of perforated plastic, which helps them to retain their humidity. Apples may be frozen in quarters or slices, but never whole.

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