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Fruits & Vegetables

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

P = Pumpkins,  F = Flowers, V = Vegetables

FARMS LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY TOWN

PESCE'S  FARM    SF
66 Hebron Road
Bolton, CT 06043
(860) 643-5712

PYO strawberries - Pre-picked available.  Wholesale and retail sales.  Enjoyable picking in the cool climate of the Bolton Hills.

JOHNNY APPLESEED'S FARM    P, LF
Rte. 83
Ellington, CT 06029
(860) 875-1000  Fax: (860) 875-1030

PYO peaches & apples from easy-to-reach trees. Free tractor rides on weekends. PYO pumpkins in the Fall. Fruits & veggies at our stand on Rte. 83 in Ellington & in Tolland on Rte. 30. Stands & farm are handicap accessible. School groups by appointment.

PELL FARM    P, SF
96 Kibbe Grove Road
Somers, CT 06071
(860) 749-3582  Fax: (860) 749-6617

PYO strawberries & ready-picked berries in quarts, in June, 8 am - 8 pm daily. PYO pumpkins in October with hayrides, corn & hay maze and petting zoo. School groups by appointment. 

WINTERBROOK FARM    SF
116 Beffa Road (off New City Road)
Staffordville, CT 06076
(860) 684-2124  Fax:(860) 684-2124
winterbrookfarm@cox.net

PYO blueberries grown under nets - no pesticides or herbicides. Pick dawn to dusk daily; from late July to early Sept. Take I-84 to Exit 70. Take 32N to Stafford. At the town hall take a right onto Rte. 190. Take a left onto Rte. 19 and follow for 4 mi. to Staffordville.  At cement building turn right onto New City Road & follow for 2 mi. Take a left onto Beffa Road & follow for 1 mi.

WRIGHT'S ORCHARD & DRIED FLOWER FARM    P, SF, V, LF, F
271 South River Road
Tolland, CT 06084
(860) 872-1665

PYO apples & pumpkins. Also available in our stand are peaches, blackberries, mums, perennials, veggies & much more! Open Aug. 1st to Dec. 24th. Thus-Tues 1pm-5:30pm, Closed Wed. Visit our 19th century flower barn. 

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

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