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Beautiful Jonathan Apples

 Fresh and bursting with flavor is what Sunrise Orchards apples have to offer serving Staunton Va. and the surrounding area, we grow great-tasting apples.  At Sunrise Orchards you are sure to enjoy

the beautiful country atmosphere and incredible mountain landscape. The orchard is overlooking the breathtaking Blueridge Mountains.  Bring a picnic lunch to  enjoy as you pick your own apples.  Mix and match all varieties by the bushel, half bushel , peck or bag.  We have Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, and Jonathan. In July we also have a Lodi apple great for making apple sauce and apple butter. Our season will begin at the end of August and run through the beginning of October or until the apples are all gone.  We will be open from 11:00 am 6:00 pm Monday through Saturday, Call to see if we will be available on Sunday afternoon.

Sorry to say but our Apples are all gone this year. Hope to see you next year

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I make beautiful Jar candles, scents are as follows Pumpkin pie, Banana nut bread, Cranberry, Spice  We also Sell Apple butter, Jared Bread and Butter pickles, and Dill pickles, garden pumpkins and a variety of vegetables.

Welcome to Sunrise Orchard

Candles Apple Butter Pumpkins and Pickles

Be sure to call 540-290-2814


We have pure Honey from our bees $18.00 for a pint jar.

As a pick your own

Apple Orchard we take pride in offering the best apples that the season will allow. weather has a lot to do with our yearly crop. We are dedicated to serving the needs of our customers each and every day. We have been serving the community for over 20 years our customers have become our loyal friends they return year after year to pick our apples and enjoy friendly conversation. We love meeting new people. Please come and say hello and witness  the beautiful view of the mountains.

Apple prices for this year are as follows

Bushel          $25.00

Half Bushel  $15.00

Peck                $ 12.00

We have pure Honey $18.00 a pint, Apple butter 6.00 Candles 15.00  Pickles 6.00  come visit us love to meet you. We will have lots of pumpkins this year the bees did a great job.

Only Cash -  or local checks excepted 

Due to the increase in gas prices we have to increase our prices. It takes a lot to maintain the Orchard.

This is a picture of the Sunrise over the Orchard 05/21/2022

Our Apples are

 ready for picking they look beautiful. By September 5, 2002 we hope to see you. If you have questions call 540-290-2814 Hope to see you then Ground apples are $1.00 a bucket they are great.

Weddings at the Orchard

Seth and Morgan's Wedding,  It was a beautiful October day all the family was at the Orchard to share there wonderful day.  

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It was a beautiful day in october for Lisa and Keith's wedding Matthew and Hunter played music and Mark Hunters dad played music also.  Great fun  

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This is Burdock he the newest member of our family we just love him

Meet Lavender she is such a wonderful dog

Some of my Grandchildren from left to right Kaitlyn Brianna Dennis Danielle Matthew and bottom row Jason 

Meet some of the family and Grandchildren from left to right Nettles Keller Morgan Seth and Chloe

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Apple Cake

Three medium apples, sliced in 1/2 inch slices

2 Tlbs. Cinnamon

1/2 cup sugar

set aside in a bowl until later

3 cups of flour

1 cup of oil

4 eggs

1 tsp vanilla

1 tsp salt

1 tsp baking soda

1/4 cup Orange juice

combine ingredients use blender batter will  be thick pour in a well greased Bundt pan alternate batter with apple misture until you get to the top of pan. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar bake at 350 for a lease 1 1/2 depending on oven. 

Great cake 

Apple Brownies:

3 cups flour

2 cups sugar

2 eggs

1 cup Crisco oil

3 cups diced apples

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp salt

1 tsp baking soda

nuts or raisins if desired

greese 9 X 13 inch cake pan, combine all ingredients expect apples Then add apples, spread in pan. Bake 1 hour at 325 degrees. You can sprinkle with nuts and raisins if desired.

Crock Pot Apple Butter

About 3 cups sugar sweeter apples require less sugar 3 teaspoons cinnamon  2 teaspoons cloves pinch of salt 1 teaspoon nutmeg

Peal and core Apples

Cut into small pieces, fill crock pot to the top. Add sugar cinnamon cloves and salt into sugar and put on top of apples let cook for 1 hour on high then reduce heat cook and cook until apples start to bubble about 4 hours. 

Healthy to the Core

  • Nothing captures the essence of fall better than a freshly picked apple. The scents of warm apple cider, applesauce and apple pie complement the chilly air. The crisp bite of a raw apple echoes the crunch, of dry leavens underfoot. And the colorful variety of apples reflects the many colors of fall. Red Delicious, Golden Delicious and Jonathan . 

Apples also contain a powerful flavonoid (a substance found naturally in plant foods.)  called quercetin. Like other flavonoids, quercetin has antioxidant properties which help protect against diseases like cancer. Apples contain no fat. sodium or cholesterol. A medium apples has only 80 calories, yet it  provides  an impressive five grams of fiber.