FUN DOWN ON THE FARM
Our Farm Stand
The year at Connors Farm begins in the spring with a large variety of vegetable seedlings, perennials, annual flowers, hanging baskets, and other types of flowers in our greenhouses. In addition to selling fertilizer, potting soil, we also offer professional advice to help amateur growers raise a successful garden. We feature crops such as home grown Asparagus, sweet peas, lettuce, spinach, radishes, spring dug parsnips, and many different types of greens including collard and Kale.Home grown crops harvested during this time include; Asparagus, lettuce, peas, spinach, radishes, and spring dug parsnips. In June, we have eight acres of strawberries available for pick your own. We also begin collecting the honey from our beehives to make our own Connors Farm honey products. Massachusetts Maple products are also available to purchase at our farm stand.
Once Summer arrives, most of the produce grown on the farm is ready for picking. Corn is the most popular, and is available from mid-July to October. Vine-ripened tomatoes, lettuce, squash, carrots, beets, herbs and other fresh fruits and vegetables are picked daily and sold in the farm stand. We also carry Richardson's ice cream, local milk, cabot cheeses, and Boston Chowders.We also sell fresh eggs. Other gourmet and specialty products available are: fresh pasta, jams, jellies, frozen chicken and fruit pies. Don't forget to take home something from our bakery.
Fall is a popular time of year at Connors Farm, when items such as pumpkins, hardy mums, native apples, freshly squeezed apple cider. During this season we offer "pick your own" apples and pumpkins. Try the challenge of our corn maze and afterwards, relax on a hayride around our farm. This is the busiest time of year for our bakery. Try our mouth watering hot apple cider donuts, or take home one of our famous apple, pumpkin, blueberry, 4-berry, strawberry rhubarb, peach, or cherry pies. Don't forget our large selection of muffins, cookies, and breads.