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Below is a list of fruit trees in Kimberley, Cranbrook and the Elk Valley that may have fruit available for picking. If you know of more trees requiring harvest, please register here. Furthermore, if you find out that a fruit tree is no longer producing, please let us know.

If you are collecting a harvest in someone’s yard, it is good practice to offer the owner some fruit in return.



NameContact Information & LocationTree TypeSpecial NotesLast Updated
Norma Buttignol250.427.45892 apple trees plus (just a few plums)PICKED FOR 2019. Ripe Early September. 2019, Sept 11
Kelly / 32-103rd AvenueApple tree: ripe mid- August to mid- September; Plum tree ripe late SeptemberPICKED FOR 2019. Best access is through the car port. Bring a ladder for the plums.2019, Sept 9
Felicia or 250.581.0123 / 455 Jennings AveCrab apple tree ripe Mid SeptemberREADY NOW. Some of the apple have worms.2019, Sept 9
Susan250.427.6187 / MarysvilleCrab Apple tree: ripe all of SeptemberREADY NOW2019, Sept 3
Darcy Mennie & Mike Kaufman250.421.1044 / 640 Wallinger AveApple treeREADY NOW. Ready end of August. 2019, Aug 28
Anne Waugh250-427-3266 / 220 Ross StApples: ripe end of August/ early SeptemberThese are located at a business2018
Layton Wilson778-481-5102 / 401 Fortier St2 apple 1 crab apple: End of SeptemberWould like some juice from these apples please.2018
Tammy250.427.4181/ 508-2 AvenueCrab apple tree2018
Kelly Wolf250.427.8766 / 220 St. Mary's Avenue2 Apple trees: ripen late September2018
Jayme Goldie250.961.0369 / 824-8th Avenue3 Apple trees2018
Bernice Potapoff250-427-3895 / 254 304th Ave2 Crab Apple and 1 Prune PlumCrab apples ripe first week of September, Plums ripe end of September. Fenced yard, trees easy to find.2018
Rhiannon Paterson250.427.3958 / 255 Moyie St.Apple TreeLocated in front yard2018
Natalie250.432.5277 / 145 Spokane StCrab apple treesFruit ripe August. Come anytime and take them all!2018
Sylvie Lessard 9-104th Ave Apple tree: ripe usually after first frost (early October)They are in our front yard, help yourself! 2018
Jennifer & Steve / 421 4th AveApple TreeShould be ripe in September2018
Kim Leroux250.427.3105 / 469-7th AvenueApple treeNot many apples in 20182018
Tim McKeePhone/text 250.427.0751 / 125 Levirs AveApple TreeRipe early to mid September2018
Dave or cell 403.850.3365 / 475 Bryant BlvdApple treeThere's also a tree in my neighbour's yard that needs picking...He's out of province working.2018
Marilyn Jolie250.427.8700 / MarysvilleApple tree ripe mid SeptemberPlease call to discuss picking and exact location2018
Kelly / 215 Norton AvenueApple - makes great cider!Ripe early September. 2018
Lorne & Gail Knutson / 280 Cranbrook Street Apple trees (2): ripe mid September Ready now!!! 1 tree in front yard and 1 in back yard corner 2018
Gene Semenzin 250.427.3120 / 8744 Highway 95 A ApplesRipe and all ready picked!! Come and get they. No spray. about 4 boxes so bring containers to take them away 2018
Lori Pasiechnyk 250.427.2346 / 806 309th St. MarysvilleApple tree (2): ripe mid Sept2018
250.427.9799 or / 374 8th AveCrab apple; ripe in SeptemberCome and get them anytime2018
Crystal / 616 8 AveCrab apple tree: ripe mid-SeptemberBring a tall ladder - I've picked as high as I can reach with a 6' stepladder2018
Craig Paskin 250.427.6803 / Trail Street Apple tree: ripe mid- August2018
Carol McGregor250.427.3229 / 425 St. Marys Avenue6 Apple trees: 1 green, 5 red; ripe early-mid SeptemberRequires a ladder.2017
Dave Myson250.427.1727 / 260-305 Ave MarysvilleApple treeAlternate contact: Jackie Myson, 250.908.1626, please contact by text message.2017
Anne Davis250.427.7724 / 36-103 AvenueCrab apple treeRequires a ladder. ***RIPE in late September2017
Vacant/Public Land West side of Knighton Road, between Collette Manor and Equicare2 Apple trees2017
Jessie Oakes 250.427.8651 / DeWolfe Avenue Apple tree: ripe September - October 2017
Spencer / 413 5th Avenue3 Apple trees: 1 early yellow (late August), 2 late red (October)2017
Shirley Stroud250.427.3405, 250.919.6055(c) / 300th Street2 Apple trees2017
Darian / 1645 Warren Avenue1 Apple tree, 1 Crab apple tree2017
Gina / 88-103rd AvenueApple tree***RIPE in mid September2017
Mrs. Waites250.427.4177 / 130-306th AvenuePlum treeWalk into the backyard from street. Ladders are against the tree.2017
Vacant/Public LandEnd of Beale AvenueApple tree: ripens late August2017
Norma Buttignol250.427.4589, / 866 Rotary Drive2 Apple trees, 2 Plum trees: ripen early-mid September.Owner requests a share of fruit in exchange.2017
Melanie Murphy250.354.9155 / 190 Higgins StreetApple tree: ripens September2017
Sandra Loewen250.427.2939 / 8512 Highway 95A (Meadowbrook)Crab apple treeRequires a ladder
Evan Little 250.427.0131 / 130 Otis Street2 Crab apple trees Great Crab apples for juice and jelly.
Evelyn Neumann 250.427.4109 / 995 Rotary DriveCrab apple tree
Jack Ratcliffe 250.427.4281 Crab apple tree: ripe mid-September



NameContact Information & LocationTree TypeSpecial NotesLast Updated
Lori Smith250.420.7800 / near Gyro Parkcrabapple treeRipe Now. Great for jelly.2019, Sept 3
Richard Dommett / unit # 2398 - 2300 - 2nd street north crabapple: ripens mid-September Located near the soccer field.2018
Carol Lattey250.489.0950/ 1934-5 Street SouthApple tree***RIPE in mid September2017
Kim Shatford250.919.1184/ 321-10 Avenue SouthApple treeLadder advised. ***RIPE in September2017
Chris Lehman250.489.3596/ 125 9th Avenue SouthApple tree: ripens early-mid September***RIPE in September2017
Christy 17th Avenue SouthApple tree: ripens early-mid September***RIPE in September2017
Trish Barnes 250.489.0474/ 15 Avenue SouthApple treeHeritage tree with big, red, juicy and sweet apples. Can be wormy.2017
Margaret Dunbar 250.421.4262/ 4324-38th Avenue South Apple treeHouse recently sold and may not allow picking in 2018.2017
Donna Brady Fields250.426.5386/ 616-18th Avenue SouthApple tree: ripens mid-SeptemberLadder advised. Owner request a few pounds of apples in exchange.2017
Channon and Geddes250.615.1431 and 250.615.1418/ 206 4th Avenue South2 Apple treesReady late August - early September2017



NameContact Information & LocationTree TypeSpecial Notes
642 4th Ave, Fernie
Crab AppleTree will be ready to be picked by mid-August 2018
1022 11 avenue Fernie
AppleTree will be ready in the next week or so. I am happy to fwd a pic and the apples are very good quality and tasty.....could be sold at market. I do not live at this address permanently however full access to the tree is granted to the person doing the picking. Thank you!
Jason Adamsjay_adams13@hotmail.comAppleTree is starting to produce apples to be picked now. Please email for address in Sparwood.
Mary Taylor153 Pine Ave, Sparwood
AppleThe apples are high, so will need to picked by ladder or Apple picking tool, Apples are ready now!
Allie1381 Colclough Ave, Fernie
Apples, plum, crabapple6 Apple trees, 1 crabapple and 1 plum tree and they are all ready to be picked now.
Gail Reeves89 Ridgemont Drive
ApplesFalling off tree now and good-to-go.
Pat Moore3715 Vanlerberg Road, Fernie
CrabappleApples are ready now.


Photo credit: Brian Clarkson

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