Pittormie Fruit Farm & Nursery

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Pittormie Fruit Farm & Nursery
Pittormie Fruit Farm, Dairsie, Fife, KY15 4SW
  • Telephone 01334 870233
  • Opening times May–Sep: Mon–Sun 8.30am–9pm; Oct–Apr: Mon–Sun 8.30am–6pm.
  • Seasonal times May–Sep: open to 9pm.
  • Email
  • Website www.pittormiefruitfarm.co.uk
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Pittormie Fruit Farm and Nursery

A small, intensive, family-run fruit farm & shop selling berries, currants, rhubarb, vegetables and eggs.

Fife Larder

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Pittormie is an old-style farm shop, family-run and first and foremost an outlet for the produce from the farm. It is, however, a prodigious output, with strawberries, gooseberries, raspberries, currants, loganberries and tayberries through the summer months, as well as fresh vegetables including lettuce, asparagus, peas and 20 types of potato. Some of the berries also make their way to Heather Ales' range of fruit beers and Cairn O Mohr’s fruit wines, plus they supply a number of Edinburgh shops. During the winter, business is transferred to a smaller ‘egg shed’, specialising in eggs, winter vegetables and jams, as well as lots of frozen fruit. A wide range of shrubs and plants is also available, while fruit can be picked by hand or bought ready-picked.

  • Provides: Wheelchair access

Reviews & features

Table Talk Jan Mctaggart and Carole Sommerville on the joy of seasonal fruits

15 Sep 2015

Summer fruit bounty feels like Christmas come early

Summer berries are the best thing about living where we are. One of the farmers who comes in was saying it’s all going full circle and that people really want to know what they’re putting in their body and where it has come from. The lovely thing about…

Berry good: the rise of the raspberry in Scotland, and the best places to pick your own

1 May 2009

David Pollock goes by Glen Clova and Glen Ample to discover why raspberries are Scotland’s superberry.