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Apple picking is awesome!
The crop looks great for this weekend (9/24 & 9/25). We will have eight varieties open for picking this weekend, including: McIntosh, Gala, Cortland, Honeycrisp, Gingergold, Macoun, Jonagold, and Empire. 
  • PYO apples is open; picking hours will be 9-5 daily until the crop is gone. Daily varieties will be listed in the Pick Your Own box to the right of the screen. Cost: $20 CASH ONLY per peck bag on weekends and Columbus Day; otherwise weekday pricing is $3 per person for entry to fields and $1.95 lb. for apples all picked. (More)
  • We are now hiringWeekday, weekend, and some evening positions available. Cashiers, bakery assistants (with experience), are needed. Must be an active person willing to work on your feet in a fast paced environment. Applicants should send a letter of interest or stop by to fill out an application. Youth applicants must be at least 16 years of age and be available on weekends through Columbus Day.
  • Our annual Apples and Wine Festival is on November 5th & 6th. Call soon to reserve your space at the wine tasting. Makes a great date or fun day with friends!






PYO Open 9-5 Daily
Pick Your Own
Apples OPEN
McIntosh, Cortland, Gala, Empire, Jonagold, Macoun, Honeycrisp, Gingergold
Strawberries June
Currants July
Raspberries Late June-July
Blueberries July-August
Blackberries July-August
Call 978-356-5366 for status
Store Open 9-6 Daily
In the Store Now*
Apples:
Cortland
Empire
Gala
Gingergold
Gravenstein
Honeycrisp
Jonagold
McIntosh
Mutsu/Crispin
From the Fields:
Asian Pears
Seckel Pears
Spartlett Pears
From the Gardens:
Asian Eggplant
Bell Peppers
Cherry Tomatoes
Garlic
Lavender
Onions
Red Potatoes
Summer Squash
Tomatoes
Zucchini
*List updated as availability changes throughout day.
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