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Middlesex County

Fruits & Vegetables

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

P = Pumpkins,  F = Flowers, V = Vegetables

FARMS LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY TOWN

LYMAN ORCHARDS     P, SF, LF, F
Jct. Routes 147 and 157
Middlefield, CT 06455
(860) 349-6015  Fax: (860) 349-1424
jlyman@lymanorchards.com

1100 acres of family fun! PYO strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, flowers, peaches, nectarines, pears, apples & pumpkins. Corn maze Sept.-Oct. Great food at the Apple Barrel - home of CT's Best Apple Pie! 24 hour PYO hotline: 860-349-6015 

GOTTA'S FARM    SF, LF
661 Glastonbury Turnpike
Portland, CT 06480
(860) 342-1844  Fax: (860) 342-7395
rgottafarm@aol.com

PYO strawberries in June, peaches in Aug. & apples in Sept. & Oct. Farm stand opens May 1st with annual & perennial flowering & vegetable plants & native produce. Bakery has pies, breads, & desserts. Satellite farm stand, on Rte. 66 in Portland

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

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