Sturgeon Bay, Wis.
Wood Orchard is operated by the second and third generations of their family. Wood Orchard has about 200 acres of land in Door County — 125 acres consists of apples, sweet cherries, raspberries, and strawberries. McIntosh and Cortland apples have been Wood Orchard’s main varieties for many years. Recently Honeycrisp and now SweeTango apples are the new varieties that we are growing and selling strong in their markets.
Wood Orchard believes that SweeTango will be the exciting apple variety for this decade, much like Honeycrisp was for the past 10 years. Having both Honeycrisp and SweeTango apples grown in their orchards, Wood Orchard will grow great tasting apples for their customers for years to come.
Since the first year of tasting, they have people who can’t wait for “SweeTango Season.” Customers in their market want to know the condition of our apple crop throughout the growing season, and some even start asking for SweeTango apples in July.
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