RETAIL ALL DONE!

IMG_2408 Newton SleepingGood-bye for 2017 – unless you’d like to join us on Growler Days.  Thank you so much for trekking up Farnum Hill to Poverty Lane Orchards. We enjoy your enjoyment. Have a jolly winter, Spring, and June! Raspberries open in July, weather permitting… watch this space.

OLD NEWS from 2017

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LATE SEASON: Self-service! We can’t put out the alcoholic cider but apples, some sweet cider, squash etc are available
     
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Pick-Your-Own Macs & Cortlands, & Macouns. In the tent: ready-picked Macs, Cortlands, Macouns, Gingergold, Gala, and CALL for the latest list of heirloom varieties. Our fun and famous trial orchard -scores of varieties – opens Saturday, Sept. 10. It gets picked out fast…
  Retail Infotainment
Never hesitate to call us at 603/448-1511.
Can’t beat September in NH to cheer us up at summer’s end. The apple crop here looks good overall. The cider apple crop – of drink-only types – is huge.

The Basics:

In every harvest season, we offer many kinds of apples to pick, more kinds to taste and take home. Big, small, sour, sweet, red, green, yellow, gold, squeezed fresh for Poverty Lane sweet cider or squeezed & fermented for Farnum Hill ‘real’ ciders, the fruit you find here offers pleasure and surprise to just about everyone. (The land around here grows shockingly good apples, some of the best in the world — and some lovely pears too.)

Early on we offer ready-picked Ginger Golds and Paula Reds, pick-your-own Macs and Cortlands, plus Clapp’s Favorite pears. Soon the Macouns, Gala, and some early heirloom apples come on. More and more varieties of apples & two more kinds of pears ripen as September passes and October begins.

A few weeks into harvest, you can explore and pick in our amazing trial orchard, Two Below the Barn, containing dozens of different apple varieties, some early, some very late (variety chart here.)  Be aware that some varieties are coming on early this year, so the times on the chart may not apply in every case. Call! (603/448-1511)

So visit often for: unbelievably good fruit, free tastes of everything we grow or make, free wagon rides on fair weekends, picnic tables all the time, views across the valley, acres of space inside a big fence (kids can run far, but can’t get lost). Local pumpkins, gourds, squash, jams & jellies, but no candy racks, and no pressure.

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