July 3, 4:26 am
Latest From The Farm
Current Pick-Your-Own Status
Our Own Fruit & Vegetables In Store
Open Tue-Sun 9-6
The Buzz

The store is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9-6, with winetasting Friday through Sunday from 11-5. Every day, we crank out fresh cider donuts, apple pies, rollups, and other goodies you love. The store is FULL of honey, maple, wines, cider, and other treats, plus fair-trade coffee and cool gifts for Dads and Grads.
See the bubble on the right for what fresh produce is coming in from the fields already! Our sustainability goals continue to evolve; we are happy to announce that we will be installing 4 EV car chargers in the parking lot this spring. Stay tuned for details and updates.


Unfortunately, this year’s crop has been badly damaged. Most of the plants have succumbed to root diseases brought on
by extensive moisture in the soil from last summer’s heavy rains. The few berries
that are produced are fine and delicious, but sadly the plant dies shortly
In farming, we never know what the season will bring and sometimes the news is not what we hoped for. Upcoming crops look fantastic! 

Pick Your Own
Open Tue-Sun 9-5
Strawberries CLOSED
End of Season
Raspberries CLOSED
beginning of season
Cherries CLOSED
Picked Out
Currants OPEN
Amazing: Black & Red
Blueberries CLOSED
Opens in July-August
Blackberries CLOSED
Opens in July-August
Apples Closed for the Season
Open Tue-Sun 9-6
In the Store Now*
Pink Lady
From the Fields:
Black Currants
Red Currants
Red Raspberries
From the Gardens:
Bell Peppers
Cherry Tomatoes
Flower Bouquets
Fresh Herbs
Garlic Scapes
Swiss Chard
Veggie Seedlings

*List updated as availability changes throughout day.
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Boston area writer and videographer Coco McCabe created this apple-centric video of the orchard in the fall.Check it out!