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Quonquont Farm & Orchard 413 575 4680 (farm) 413 588 2028 (events) 9 North Street, Whately MA

We grow a variety of fruits at Quonquont Farm. Click the “Ripe Now” button to see what’s ready for you to pick. We may still have some of the apple varieties listed under “Gone By” for sale in our farmstand, even if they’re not still on the trees for picking.

Rome Beauty

Mid-October

This classic big, red apple comes just in time to think about pies for the holidays. It has crisp white flesh, a thick red skin, and the perfect tart-sweet flavor.…

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Ida Red

Early October

The cherry red skin on an Ida Red practically glows. On the tart side with a crisp, white flesh, Idas are an all purpose apple. Pro tip: Make skin-on applesauce…

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Northern Spy

Early October

Don’t let their sneaky name fool you. The Spy is a traditional Yankee pie apple with a distinctive tart flavor, enormous size, and delicate skin. Pro tip: For all their…

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Golden Delicious

Early October

What can we tell you about this apple that isn’t in the name? It’s gold. It’s delicious. Crisp, sweet, perfect for snacking or processing. Pro tip: A little bit of…

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Red Delicious

Late September

What do the Cincinnati Reds and Farrah Fawcett's hair have in common with the Red Delicious apple? That's right. They all peaked in the 1970's. So pop in your England…

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Empire

Late September

Looking for a crisp, sweet-tart lunchbox apple? Look no further than the lovely purplish Empire. Its white flesh, modest size, and tasty nature makes it perfect for snacking, salads, or…

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Fortune

Late September

Eat this apple and good things will come your way. It's crisp, sweet-tart, and has a hint of spice, making it a lovely pie apple. Or an eating apple. Or…

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Jonagold

mid-to-late September

Big, sweet, crisp, gold-with-a-red-blush, Jonagolds are the most delightful fall apple in the orchard. If you are a sweet apple lover, this apple is what you have been looking for.…

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Macoun

mid-to-late September

You say Macoun, we say Macoun. Either way you slice it, it comes up sweet-tart and crispy. Lunch boxes, pies, desserts, snacks, sauces--Macouns got it going on. Pro-tip: These delights…

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Cortland

Mid-September

The apple favored by church ladies and other in-the-know pie bakers everywhere, the Cortland's crisp, white, sweet-tart flesh makes it perfect for baking, tossing on a salad, or just munching.…

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McIntosh

Early September

Ayuh, they're here. If you don't like a good, taht Mac, you might be from away. Macs cook up naturally mushy so, hello applesauce! Pro tip: Macs are notorious droppers…

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Red Jonagold

Early September

Like a sweet, crisp apple? Forget those supermarket Honeycrisps. Pick and nosh on New England's own sweet perfection: the Red Jonagold. Primarily an eating apple, RJ's also make delicious sauce…

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Gala

Early September

There's a party in the orchard and all the cool kids are going. Just take a right at the sign that says Gala. Sweet, mild, classic, and just the right…

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Mollie’s Delicious

Late August

This voluptuous red apple smells almost as sweet as it tastes. Eat a Mollie's Delicious at its peak and the juice will run down your arm. Pro tip: Buy the…

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Paula Red

Mid-to-Late August

Our first apple of the season, Paula Red is a sweet-tart, firm-fleshed, all-purpose apple. Need sauce? Pie? Lunch? Call on Paula. She won't do you wrong. Pro tip: Although some…

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Peaches

August

Once you eat a fresh, ripe peach plucked from the tree, you will wonder why you ever ate one of those rock hard things you buy at the supermarket. Taste…

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Blueberries

July

Our blueberry patches are closed for the year. Thank you for making our 2018 blueberry season so much fun! We sell pick your own blueberries by weight. We encourage you…

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