We have two great varieties of apricots ripening now–Harcot, with a punch of tangy-sweet apricot flavor, and Hargrand, baseball-size and juicily sweet! We’re pretty much finished with light sweet cherries (the heat/humidity/rain did not help our last two trees), but have two varieties of black sweet cherries to finish picking. We will have Montmorency (tart) cherries into next week, when we’ll add Balaton tart cherries to our offerings. (Balatons are darker, firmer, and sweeter than Montmorency cherries. They have a red juice and make great pies, as well as being very tasty for fresh eating!) Enjoy the short seasons of fresh local fruit while you can!