Directions to the Orchards & Gardens
Hollin Farms
1524 Snowden Road
Delaplane, VA 20144

From Route 50
Take Route 50 to Paris. Turn south on Route 17. Go 2 miles. Turn right on Route 688 (Leeds Manor Road). Go 1 mile. Turn right on Snowden Road (Rt. 711). Go 1/4 mile or until you see the signs on the left directing you to the orchards and gardens.

From I-66
Exit Route 66 at Exit 23 (Route 17 north to Delaplane). About 2 miles after exiting, you will cross Goose Creek and the railroad tracks at Delaplane. Continue on Route 17 for about 5 miles. Turn left on Route 688 (Leeds Manor Road). Go 1 mile.Turn right on Snowden Road (Rt. 711). Go 1/4 mile or until you see the signs on the left directing you to the orchards and gardens.


THE ENTRANCE TO HOLLIN FARMS looks like this. We are the second orchard on Leeds Manor Road, exactly one mile from Route 17.


Pick-Your-Own Fruits & Vegetables

(Updated Monday, July 26th)
This week, open Wednesday through Sunday, July 28th through August 1st, from 9 am till 1 pm. Last pickers in 30 minutes before closing. Closed Monday and Tuesday.

Pick your own Peaches and Nectarines. $2.20 per pound. Mix and match. John Boy and White Lady peaches.

PYO blueberries. $5 per pint, pre-paid, per person.

PYO squash, zucchini, peppers, tomatoes, green beans, okra, and cucumbers, $2 per pound.

Tomato special this week. More than 20 lbs, $1.50/ lb.

PYO sweet corn $5 per dozen.

Dig your own potatoes. $1.00 per pound.

Cut your own flowers.

Hollin Farms Natural Angus Beef available. Individual cuts. Bring a cooler and ice for the ride home.

It is especially important to check this website on the day you plan to come because we may need to make changes to the hours and days we are open.

We provide containers. Please do not bring bags, backpacks, cinch sacks, large purses, coolers, and picnic items into the orchard.

Friendly dogs welcome on a leash, but not in the berry and vegetable areas. Please clean up. Thank you.




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IPM Grown - We use Integrated Pest Management practices.

Here's a chart of what we usually pick throughout the produce season.

May, June strawberries and spring vegetables
Late June, early July raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, sour cherries, spring and summer vegetables
July, August berries, peaches, Japanese plums, Asian pears, cucumbers, tomatoes, sweet corn, peppers, beans, okra, eggplant, squash, dig-your-own potatoes, cut flowers, and other summer vegetables
Click here for the ripening order for peaches
September, October the pumpkin patch, apples, fall greens,
dig-your-own peanuts and potatoes
Click here for the ripening order for apples

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