Farm Market & Pick Your Own

Garden PictureOur Farm Market will open Labor Day weekend with jams and jellies made from our fruit and fresh picked blueberries. Our first apples of the new season begin to come down from our hillside orchard around the middle of August. Labor Day weekend we begin pressing our legendary heirloom apple cider. We cultivate over 120 apple varieties and are available in their season at our Farm Market alongside aromatic quince, berries, apricots, medlars, pumpkins and cut flowers. The Farm Market is open 9 – 5 every day except Mondays and Thursdays when we stay open until 6pm. The market also features products by Side Hill Farm, Grafton Cheese, Fat Toad Caramel, Saxy Chef, Plymouth Cheese, Stone Soldier Pottery, Sugar Bobs Finest Kind, Glabach Maple Syrup, Northwood Apiaries, Sheep’s Nose Farm eggs, North Country Bacon, Vermont Peanut Butter, African Bolga baskets and J.K Adams cutting boards. In October, we offer apple pies baked here on the Farm made with our heirloom apples. Every season we will be adding more locally produced or Vermont products to our shelves.

Heirloom Apple gift box sales are now closed for this season, but we will offer them again next year. Once the harvest begins again, we will be happy to respond to your requests.

Our “Pick Your Own” apples usually begins Labor day weekend and will peak in October. The PYO ecologically grown apples include McIntosh, Cortland, Macoun, Jonagold and Spygold. We are developing a new PYO orchard that will begin producing peaches next year.  Galas, Honeycrisp, Macoun, Empires, McIntosh apples and blueberries should be available for PYO in the future. 


We are also working with the Vermont Food Bank on their “Pick for your Neighbor” program, which allows anyone to set aside and pay for what they pick, so that the Food Bank can offer our  fresh apples to families with limited income.

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