Apple, Peanut & Honey Fundraiser
The Henrico 4-H Apple, Peanut & Honey Fundraiser takes place in the fall. All products are from Virginia producers. Our goal is to provide quality products at reasonable prices. Proceeds from the sale are used to support local 4-H youth programs.
Products for sale include:
Winesap apples are excellent dessert apples and age well for cooking. York apples are crisp dessert apples that are delicious fried.
Raw Peanuts (out of shell, but in their skins) are ready to eat, bake, or sugar coat (recipe booklet is included with order.) Deluxe cocktail salted and unsalted peanuts are perfect for entertaining.
All peanuts are attractively packaged in two-pound cloth sacks embossed with the 4-H logo, motto, and pledge. They make perfect gifts for family members and friends.
Honey in one pound jars decorated with the 4-H logo make excellent gifts.
Choose from several titles including: Quick Fix, 5 Ingredients or Less, Kids in the Kitchen, One Dish Dinners, Best of the Holidays, and On the Grill. All cookbooks are 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ with liquid laminated soft covers. Each book is 150 pages, spiral bound, and contains 140+ recipies.
Berry Plant Fundraiser
The Annual Henrico 4-H Berry Plant Fundraiser takes place in the spring. Our goal is to provide quality products at reasonable prices. Proceeds from the sale are used to support local 4-H youth programs.
Products for sale will include:
All varieties are vigorous, free of pests, and freeze well. A bundle of 25 plants is enough for a 40 ft row. Strawberry season runs from mid-May to mid-June.
- Earliglow – blooms early in the growing season
- Allstar – blooms in the middle to late in the growing season
Triple Crown blackberry plants are semi-erect, disease resistant, thornless, and bear very heavy, large fruit with excellent flavor. Trellising may be needed. Blackberries ripen in mid-June and bear for 5 weeks.
Heritage raspberry plants are hardy, ever-bearing, and produce red fruit which are very good for fresh consumption or for freezing. Always popular, this variety bears fruit in its first year producing a light crop in spring and then a heavy crop in fall.
All selections are Rabbiteye varieties. Two or more varities (planted no more than 100 ft apart) are needed to insure good pollination. The plants are 3 years old, bare-rooted, 16″ to 24″ tall, and can produce 25 quarts of fruit when mature. Rabbiteye season begins in late June and continues into August.
- Climax – matures early in the season
- Premier - matures early in the season
- Tifblue – matures early to mid-season
- Centurion – matures in the middle to latter season