[NAFEX] Boston Orchards

Ginda Fisher list at ginda.us
Sat Oct 10 08:27:34 EDT 2009

I'm afraid this is too late to help Lori, but in case anyone else is  
still interested, I'd also like to recommend Shelburne Farm.  They are  
better about roping off under-ripe apples than some places, and also  
happen to be a very pleasant place to walk around.  You can also do  
some light hiking in the adjacent conservation land.

Nashoba Valley Winery is not especially good about protecting their  
under-ripe apples from picking, but they grow a wide variety of  
antiques and exotics.  It's best to contact them in advance if you are  
interested in those, as they are mostly available by appointment only.

Ginda Fisher
finally emerging from other activities, and going apple picking today.

On Sep 17, 2009, at 10:33 PM, V. Michael Bove, Jr. wrote:

> If you're really serious about apples I suggest you go out to the
> Bolton/Stow area along I-495 north of the Mass Pike.  There are a lot
> of good orchards there with a range of modern and antique apples.  Two
> of my favorites are Honeypot Hill (www.honeypothill.com) and Bolton
> Orchards (www.boltonorchards.com).  And while you're out there you can
> stop by Nashoba Valley Winery and try their Gravenstein and Baldwin
> wines (as well as their grape wines...)
> --Michael Bove
> Teakettle Farm, Z6 (MA/RI border)
> On Sep 17, 2009, at 9:58 PM, Lori Rizzo wrote:
>> I’m going to Boston the first week in October – plan to bring back
>> some apples, etc.  Can anyone on this list direct me to some good
>> orchards – or yours? I’m looking for Empire apples, for sure. My
>> sister in Boston went to one last weekend, and said all the apples
>> were sour – sounds like she was a bit too soon?  I went to one
>> around Concord or Acton, but can’t remember where.
>> You can reply privately.
>> Thanks,
>> Lori
>> Lori Rizzo, RN BSN MBA
>> Health Care Quality Improvement
>> Pet Training & Behavior Improvement!
>> Maryville, TN
>> larizzo at charter.net
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