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Postal code area 5 - BergheimDeutsche Selbst Pfluecken - 2021 PickYourOwn.org

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German self-picking postcode area 5 - Bergheim

Pick your own plantations and fields in postcode area 5 - Bergheim

Postcode area 5 - Bergheim

  • Appel Happel Berghof - apples
    Marienborner Bergweg33, 55127 Mainz-Marienborn. Telephone: 06131-3 59 05. Fax: 06131-7 37 06. Shopping at the Berghof. We offer 11 apple varieties with a time delay from mid-August to the end of October: Elstar, Gala, Cox oranges, Rubinette, Berlepsch, Boskoop, Pinova, Topas, Jonagold, Fuji, Braeburn, pears. Play opportunities for children. Picking and selling times: Mo-Fr 9.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. 3 p.m. - 6.30 p.m., Sa 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (UPDATED: 2012-01-05)
    Comments from a visitor on January 04, 2012: "It's an excellent place to go and this last year they had a night picking. Absolutley fun! Have went there for the past 3 years. They also sell fresh eggs, honey, and various other products."
  • Fruit grower Schwalbach - apples
    Johann-Angele-Strasse 3, 55127 Mainz-Marienborn. Fon: (06131) 35109. Fax (06131) 365933. Mobile (0171) 6950506. Email: [email protected]. For many years we have been inviting you to pick apples yourself every autumn. In the large orchard everyone can pick their favorite apple or pear straight from the tree. The fruits wait to be discovered on a clean lawn, without any tools, ladder, etc. We are the last is the motto of fruit farmer Schwalbach, so the fruits have even more time to ripen. You can easily find us at Essenheimer Landstrasse L426 Mainz-Essenheim.
  • Fliestedener fruit farm - apples and / or Pears, in September every Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., you can pick apples yourself
    Georg Boekels, Am alten Fließ, 50129 Bergheim-Fliesteden. Tel .: 02238/942910. Mobile: 0173/5495578. Fax: 02238/942911. Email: [email protected]. The apples come from our farm, from processing to apple harvest. We have a diverse range. This includes 25 apple varieties. We also grow strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, currants, sour and sweet cherries, plums, nashis and quinces. We work according to the principles of integrated farming. In the farm shop we offer vegetables and potatoes from the region. In winter we buy our vegetables at the wholesale market. We have a large and varied wine program with many domestic and foreign brands. We press our fresh apple juice every 8 days. But there is also apple juice for storage. You can find homemade jams and jellies in our farm shop. We offer spicy cheese from the Bregänzer forest. We get fresh bread from an Eifel bakery on Fridays. Further sales stands: Tuesday and Friday 8.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m., Düsseldorf / Kölner Landstrasse / corner of Westener Strasse. Tue-Fri 8.30 a.m.-6.30 p.m., Sat 8.00 a.m.-1.30 p.m., Cologne / Buchh. Ring. (ADDED: 2010-05-01)

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This website contains a map with the exact location of fruit trees, bushes and some other crops in Germany, which can be picked free of charge.
In some cases this is public land, in other cases it is a hop owner with a tree or two and they don't want a harvest. In contrast to the commercial farms mentioned above, quality and availability are usually much more uncertain.

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