Soergel Garden Center

★★★★★

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Soergels has been one of the best farm markets in the area for may years. They now also have gifts and attractions and their convenient location is a bonus!

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Soergels has been one of the best farm markets in the area for may years. They now also have gifts and attractions and their convenient location is a bonus!

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I was shocked when I could not find Soergel's on this page - anyone in the North Hills of Pittsburgh knows it, or should know it anyway, and the rest of you should be making at least a couple trips every summer, no matter how far out of the way it is - trust me, it's worth it.

First let me add a disclaimer - I worked in this store for 4 years, and loved every minute of it, so some people might call me biased, but I'd argue I'm just more qualified to talk. It's true, during the winter months when they don't have lots of their own fresh produce, it's a bit less exciting, but to be fair, it's less a grocery store and more an overgrown farm market. But their fresh strawberries in June (you can pick your own, and probably should, they're much cheaper that way) are the best I've ever tasted, the corn in July and August is the best local corn that I know of, and the apples... oh, the apples.

As the name implies, it is first an foremost an orchard, and from the time the majority of the varieties start rolling in in September till they run out of stock in the spring, they are fresh, sweet, juicy, and absolutely nothing like any apple you'll get in a supermarket. And often a lot cheaper, particularly if you're buying 4 quarts or more. And don't let the long season put you off - they send bins of apples up to a special air-tight cooling facility in New York throughout the winter months to keep them very nearly as fresh and crisp as the day they were picked.

They also have a full service garden center, a very cute Gift Barn with lots of all kinds of interesting gift items, a bakery, a whole market of other grocery items (some you'll know, and some you'll have never seen before), and weekend events throughout the summer and fall with everything from pony rides to games and events for kids to corn roasts and other hot food - give them a call or stop in to see what's going on when.

Oh, and in August stop in for THE BEST peaches I've ever eaten, not their own but relatively local (from the Chambersburg-Gettysburg area). They also offer pecks of peach seconds very cheap if you're canning, but call and place an order a couple days ahead, because they are EXTREMELY popular.

Once again, that sounds like an ad more than a review, but I don't work there anymore, and that's just my personal opinion from years of experience - there are plenty of regular customers who will agree with me wholeheartedly.

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★★★★★

I was shocked when I could not find Soergel's on this page - anyone in the North Hills of Pittsburgh knows it, or should know it anyway, and the rest of you should be making at least a couple trips every summer, no matter how far out of the way it is - trust me, it's worth it.

First let me add a disclaimer - I worked in this store for 4 years, and loved every minute of it, so some people might call me biased, but I'd argue I'm just more qualified to talk. It's true, during the winter months when they don't have lots of their own fresh produce, it's a bit less exciting, but to be fair, it's less a grocery store and more an overgrown farm market. But their fresh strawberries in June (you can pick your own, and probably should, they're much cheaper that way) are the best I've ever tasted, the corn in July and August is the best local corn that I know of, and the apples... oh, the apples.

As the name implies, it is first an foremost an orchard, and from the time the majority of the varieties start rolling in in September till they run out of stock in the spring, they are fresh, sweet, juicy, and absolutely nothing like any apple you'll get in a supermarket. And often a lot cheaper, particularly if you're buying 4 quarts or more. And don't let the long season put you off - they send bins of apples up to a special air-tight cooling facility in New York throughout the winter months to keep them very nearly as fresh and crisp as the day they were picked.

They also have a full service garden center, a very cute Gift Barn with lots of all kinds of interesting gift items, a bakery, a whole market of other grocery items (some you'll know, and some you'll have never seen before), and weekend events throughout the summer and fall with everything from pony rides to games and events for kids to corn roasts and other hot food - give them a call or stop in to see what's going on when.

Oh, and in August stop in for THE BEST peaches I've ever eaten, not their own but relatively local (from the Chambersburg-Gettysburg area). They also offer pecks of peach seconds very cheap if you're canning, but call and place an order a couple days ahead, because they are EXTREMELY popular.

Once again, that sounds like an ad more than a review, but I don't work there anymore, and that's just my personal opinion from years of experience - there are plenty of regular customers who will agree with me wholeheartedly.

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Soergels started as an apple farm and has grown into one of the nicest farm markets/gift shops around. Their annual apple festival includes hay rides, pumpkin patch and other fun activities. They have a full-service garden center, a gift barn, apple cider presses, bakery, full farm market with lots of gourmet goodies, and much much more. We even buy our Christmas trees here. There is a cute wooden town, train and ark out back for the kids to play on. They use limited pesticide farming for wonderful produce.

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Soergels started as an apple farm and has grown into one of the nicest farm markets/gift shops around. Their annual apple festival includes hay rides, pumpkin patch and other fun activities. They have a full-service garden center, a gift barn, apple cider presses, bakery, full farm market with lots of gourmet goodies, and much much more. We even buy our Christmas trees here. There is a cute wooden town, train and ark out back for the kids to play on. They use limited pesticide farming for wonderful produce.

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Soergel's Garden Center has a quaint country feel. They have a store where you can purchase baked goods and decorative items. They also sell wonderful Christmas trees in the winter. They are well priced with a great selection.

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Soergel's Garden Center has a quaint country feel. They have a store where you can purchase baked goods and decorative items. They also sell wonderful Christmas trees in the winter. They are well priced with a great selection.

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