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56 Elmdale Rd, North Scituate, RI 02857 401-934-1413

Honeycrisp picking has begun

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Honeycrisp are best when picked with a yellow background and are bright red in color.  Please be careful when picking any apple to leave all branching and twigs on the tree.  Just twist to remove the apple and its stem.  Since the crop for next year is already formed in buds on the trees, if you remove the twigs you may remove next years bud/apple.  I heard this morning that a few very tart Macouns may be ripe on the trees, but the Macoun flavor will be developed later toward the end of this month.

Picking this weekend

  • Apples  (McIntosh, Gala, Cortland, Honeycrisp)
  • Blueberries
  • Raspberries (yellow and red)
  • Cherry Tomatoes (all colors)
  • Pumpkins

In our Farm Market

  • White and Yellow Peaches
  • Sweet Corn
  • Apples
  • Berries
  • Tomatoes
  • Sweet apple cider
  • RI honey
  • Baking mixes etc….
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What’s Pickin’?

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Come and enjoy the flavors of the season


Gala, McIntosh, Cortland and Honeycrisp.  Apple rows are labelled in areas where picking is best

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Raspberries and Blueberries

Cherry Tomatoes!

Orange, red, black cherry, red and yellow, also lots of grape tomatoes

For the best time at the farm, please bring water and wear good sturdy shoes.  


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Early McIntosh lovers will love these!!

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(Thank you to one of customers for this revision)

Address: 56 Elmdale Road, North Scituate, RI 02857

Telephone 401-934-1413

Apple season is here and the apples are a bit later this year.  McIntosh are tart!  Pick the apples that are more than 2/3 red for better flavor.  conglomerate 2006 345

Blueberries are still very abundant and SWEET!!  Come with your own container and pick more than 1 lb per person for a better price.  

If not,we have a two container per person minimum for picking.  

Cherry tomatoes of all different colors  are available for picking.  Each person must have bought one container minimum for picking.P1070939

Come enjoy the freshness!!!

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Posted by on Aug 23, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

The blueberry crop has been great for us this season.  One reason is that our planting is finally mature and robust.  We hope you that have been enjoying them, from pick your own to picking them up at a farmers market.  

The cooler than normal summer has delayed the ripening of many crops, not significantly, but maybe a few days to a week.  

Last year at this time we literally had tons of tomatoes; this year, we may have a few hundred pounds…but they are coming.  We see loads of green tomatoes hanging.  Tons are still coming. 
We are harvesting white and yellow peaches, sweet corn, blackberries, blueberries, cherry tomatoes, tomatoes (12  varieties), zucchini and summer squash, and white and purple eggplant. 


RASPBERRIES red and yellow(very few)
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Welcome to the New Website

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Welcome to the New Website

Welcome to the new Barden Family Orchard website!

Our farm market in North Scituate, RI, opens for the season in Late July 9am-6pm Daily with our own:

Apples 20 varieties, Peaches 15 varieties, Red raspberries, Fresh Sweet corn picked daily, Pumpkins, Tomatoes heirloom and modern varieties chosen for excellent flavor, Eggplant, cucumbers and other vegetables.

We offer local products and other unique items.

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Peaches in Store!

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Peaches in Store!
Our farm market is full of delicious juicy white and yellow peaches.
The peaches are so tasty and sweet this year come and enjoy the full flavor!

In our market this weekend you will find blackberries,blueberries,apple cider,sweet corn,summer squash,eggplantGinger gold  applesDelicious white peaches. 
Lots of baking mixes to enjoy your fruit as a dessert. The Peach Cobbler is sooo good.

Come in for the freshness.


No pick your own this weekend

Sorry, but this weekend we will be closed for pick your own crops.  

Pick your own APPLES will begin Labor Day weekend

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