The cherry and apple blossoms have popped this past weekend! And with around 2,000 acres of cherry orchards and another 500 acres of apple orchards, Door County is filled with blossoms in the spring.
That’s great news for the brides who are getting married in the next 14 days (which is how long they tend to last), or if you’re planning on using nature’s amazing backdrop for some engagement photos.
WHERE TO FIND THE BLOSSOMS
Here’s a list of where to find those rows of beautiful blossoms:
8813 Hwy 42
Cherry Lane Orchards
7525 Cherry Lane
4594 County HH
2325 S. Shiloh Rd.
Orchard Country Winery & Market
9197 Hwy 42
Seaquist Orchards Farm Market
11482 Hwy 42
Wood Orchard Market
8112 Hwy 42
WHEN OTHER FLOWERS BLOOM
But if you were hoping for those blossoms and your date missed them this year, you may be wondering what will be blooming on your wedding date. It’s hard to tell the exact time when things bloom (due to weather fluctuation, but this handy graphic should help:
FALL HARVEST SEASON TIMING
And if you weren’t shooting for blossoms, but rather the harvest season. Cherries tend to be ready for picking in mid July to early August. Early varieties of apples are harvested as early as late August with the seasonal harvest running through mid-October.
But one bit of advice: the fall foliage season is very popular, especially the first half of October. So, make reservations early and take that into consideration when planning a fall wedding.
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