56 Elmdale Rd, North Scituate, RI 02857 401-934-1413
Apple picking is essentially finished for the season. A few Fuji and Macoun apples are left on the trees.
Good amounts of Pumpkins, minimal apples and a few red raspberries are available for picking today.
FREE Hayrides today 12-4 (may start earlier).
Honeycrisp, Macoun, McIntosh, Gala, Empire, Liberty, Spartan apples are available for purchase in our Farm Market as well as loads of pumpkins and squash, local honey, applesauce made with our apples, and our own apple cider vinegar.
We are open EVERY DAY for apple picking!!
Open 9am to 6pm Monday through Friday
Open 9am to 5pm Saturday and Sunday
This weekend we have Lots of Fuji, and Macoun, some Empire, some Spartan, a few McIntosh, and a few Liberty.
Sweet apple cider is being made for the weekend, available in Gallons, Half Gallons and Pints.
We have lots of Honeycrisp, and Macoun apples in our Farm Market.
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WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY AT 9:00AM. Come in for our own sweet apple cider, and our own fabulous Honeycrisp apples available in our Farm Market!!
THIS WEEKEND SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY, WE ARE OPEN 9:00AM-5:00 PM. Remember it is Columbus day weekend and that means the Scituate Art Festival (50th year!) is going on. Route 6 will be very congested at Route 116. The best way is to take a right onto Hopkins Avenue, then a left onto Winsor Road, another left onto Route 116 and then a right onto Pole Bridge Road… go to end and take a right onto Elmdale road or stop at our stand on Pole Bridge Road for apple picking!
NEXT WEEK: TUESDAY,WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, WE ARE OPEN 9:00AM-6:00PM
Apple picking for Macoun, Liberty, Spartan, Empire, and Crispin. There are a few of other varieties that you may find. In the coming weeks….Granny Smith, Pink Lady and Fuji . Stay posted!!
***Next Saturday October 15th There will be fall mini photography sessions offered by C.R. Photography. Please arrange all appointments through the facebook link offered below.
Just made a large batch of sweet apple cider today!
Still lots of apple picking going on!
Picking in good volume: McIntosh, Liberty, Macoun, Spartan, Empire, Jonagold, Liberty, Red Delicious,
Limited amounts of: Cortland, Northern Spy and Idared
Also picking Pumpkins from the field, Red Raspberries, and Sunflowers.
Our Market is full of our own Sweet Apple Cider, local honey from Betty’s Bee Farm, dried cranberries from Fairland Farm, Salsa and tomatoes sauce from Poblano Farm, and White Mountain Kettle Corn.
Come out for fresh and crunchy!!
Our fridge is stocked with fresh apple cider! Come out to the farm for some very tasty cider and great apple picking.
Still picking Honeycrisp, McIntosh, Macoun, Cortland, Liberty and Spartan.
Raspberries, pumpkins and cherry tomatoes and still a few blueberries are available to pick.
Next week we expect more varieties to be available. The October apples should be ripe, and ready to pick. Check our “About the Apples” page to see what is coming up.
Open on Pole Bridge Road Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm for apple and pumpkin picking.
Go to our facebook page to see more information. Click on the blue “f” on the top of the page to see it!
McIntosh, Cortland, Macoun, Honeycrisp, Spartan, Liberty apples are available for picking this week.
We are essentially out of Gala apples for the season, there may be a few here and there but they have been mostly picked.
Blueberries and a few raspberries are still available.
Sunflowers!! are still blooming and ready for picking
Cherry tomatoes are on the vine and available as well as….
Our farm market has local honey, jams, Narragansett creamery cheese, our own eggs and other local products.
Next weekend, we expect to open our stand on Pole Bridge Road on Sunday and have freshly made sweet apple cider!
Please come and enjoy the farm.
This weekend is the start of the Macoun harvest. Macoun are known for their sweet tart combination of flavors. As they ripen, the Macouns that have more red color will tend to have more developed flavor. Macouns will continue to develop in flavor and color over the next few weeks. Macoun are very crispy! Some call it the potato chip apple…makes you want to keep on eating. These apples are great for eating, baking pies and making apple sauce.
Honeycrisp, McIntosh, Gala, Cortland and Liberty will be available this weekend. This is most likely one of the last weekends to pick Honeycrisp from the trees, however, we will continue to have a good supply of them in our farm market through the fall season.
Our farmyard is full of colorful pumpkins, with fresh green stems! One of the best eating pumpkins that we grow are the peanut pumpkin or Galeux D’Eysines. The flesh is deep orange and so delicous. It may not look pretty, but the taste is excellent. We have lots of squash and pumpkins of all sizes.
You can bring your own container or purchase one of our pick your bags to fill in the orchard.
Saturday and Sunday… Pick your own and Farm Market Open 9am-5pm
Monday through Friday… Pick your own and Farm Market open 9am-6pm
(please arrive at least 1 hour before we close if you want to pick you own)