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Fruits & Vegetables

KEY:
LF = Large Fruit, SF = Small Fruit,

P = Pumpkins,  F = Flowers, V = Vegetables

FARMS LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY TOWN

 

BEARDSLEY'S CIDER MILL                     LF, SF

278 Leavenworth Road (Rte. 110)
Shelton, CT 06484
(203) 926-1098

PYO apples Sept.-Nov. Watch as apples are pressed into cider; enjoy a free sample hot or cold. Farm stand features farm-baked pies, unique gifts, fruit butters, jams & jellies. 

 

BLUEJAY ORCHARDS                P, SF, V, LF, F

125 Plumtrees Road
Bethel, CT 06801
(203) 748-0119 

Fax: (203) 744-4814

PYO apples Sept.-Oct. Hayrides to our pumpkin patch on weekends in Oct. Apple pies, apple crisp, & fruit cobblers from our bakery. Cider, BlueJay’s “famous” cider donuts, our applesauce & apple butter. School tours. Our market is open from Aug.-Dec. 

 

CASTLE HILL FARM                                          P

40 Sugar Lane
Newtown, CT 06470
(203) 426-5487

 A 100 plus acre farm. PYO pumpkins; 6 acre corn maze, hayrides, pony rides, farm animals, bonfires & educational programs by appointment.

JONES FAMILY FARMS                             P, SF

Rte. 110 & Walnut Tree Hill Road
Shelton, CT 06484
(203) 929-8425

Fax: (203) 929-2089

This scenic 400-acre family farm since 1848 offers the bounty of the earth, whatever the season! PYO strawberries, blueberries, pumpkins, and Christmas trees. Check phone crop-line or website for seasonal information. A family experience! 

  

SILVERMAN'S FARM                              P, LF, F

451 Sport Hill Road
Easton, CT 06612
(203) 261-3306 or (203) 268-0321 

Fax: (203) 268-7589

PYO peaches & apples mid-July through mid-Oct. The open farm market features fresh baked pies, pastries, local maple syrup & honey. Seasonal hayrides with spectacular views! Year round greenhouse & florist. Visit our animal park, open daily. 

 

 WHITE SILO FARM & WINERY                SF, V

32 Route 37 East
Sherman, CT 06784
(860) 355-0271

Fax: (860) 355-0271

Red, yellow & orange raspberries! Thorn-less blackberries. PYO or ready picked from Aug. 20th to Oct. 30th. Call ahead for conditions. Also farm winery tasting, tours & art gallery. 

Thanks to the CT Department of Agriculture for help in compiling these listings.

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