We are a family owned and run farm, operating since 1832! We are now growing fruits, vegetables, fresh herbs, greens, perennials and bedding plants, cut flowers, and have free range chickens and eggs. we also have organic and gluten free products available in our market. We use sustainable agriculture and organic pesticides with beneficial insect controls. No synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.

Open Mon-Fri 9-6 & Saturday 9-5, Closed Sundays.

Listing last updated on Jul 26, 2018

Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  1999

# of Shares:  500

Share Prices:  $24.85/week for full share; weekly or quarterly payment methods. Meat CSA also available ($38 for Chicken Only, $85 for Trio)

Work Req?  No

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Schedule and Location:

Fitler Square, Philadelphia, Saturdays 9am-2pm. Also a CSA pick up location; we love the support Philadelphian have given to us. We have been coming to fitler for more than 4 years.

Schedule and Location:

Located at 1431 Foulk Road, Wilmington, DE - across from Brandywine High School. Produce sold in the barn.

Open Year-round, Monday-Friday 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm
Closed Sundays

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Latest Reviews

We started purchasing shares from Highland Orchards in the middle of the winter and I was amazed at the variety and quality of food even at that time of year.... [more]

I joined the Highland Orchard CSA starting with the Spring 2010 quarter and couldn't be happier. The fruits and veggies are delicious and fresh and the herbs have allowed me to experiment with my cooking in ways I haven't before.... [more]

Great selection of fruits, vegetables and other organic products. It's nice to know you can get organic, non-GMO food locally and so fresh. Staff at Highland are super friendly and very attentive.... [more]

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I am a peach snob


I am a peach snob. I admit it. I can only eat our fabulous, fresh, tree ripened peaches. Juicy, sweet. I usually eat the ones with a little bruise on them that don?t sell. I cut one open and eat the whole thing.... [more]

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