|| || || MAINE FARMS OFFERING PICK-YOUR-OWN VEGETABLES, HERBS, AND NURSERY STOCK, ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY
Chipman Farm, Inc., Intersection of rtes. 122 and 26, Poland Spring, (207) 998-3450. Strawberries. Open July 1 through 15 daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Dot Rupert's Strawberry Farm, Fern St., Turner, (207) 966-2721. Strawberries, raspberries, and highbush blueberries.
Goss Berry Farm, ten miles west of Auburn, Mechanic Falls, (207) 346-6811. email@example.com. Strawberries, raspberries, and highbush blueberries. Open dawn to dusk everyday except Sunday in season.
Jillson's Sugar House, Jordan Bridge Rd., Sabattus, (207) 375-4486. Strawberries, potatoes, peas, and beans.
Nezinscot Farm Store, Rte. 117, Turner, (207) 225-3231. Vegetables, and flowers.
Willow Pond Farm, Rte. 9, Sabattus, (207) 375-6662. firstname.lastname@example.org. Open daily, groups welcome. Flowers and horsedrawn wagon rides.
Boutilier's Vegetables, Town of Dyer Brook, (207) 757-8312. Summer vegetables.
Mountain Ash Farm & Cattle Company, 150 Church Ave., Frenchville, (207) 543-7328. They welcome and enjoy visitors to their farm and offer tours as time permits. Open Aug. to Oct. Pumpkins and carrots.
T & D Farms, Fort Fairfield, (207) 473-7786. Strawberries, peas, and bean. Open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the season.
A Country Flavor, 65 Thompson Shore Rd., Casco, (207)627-4199. Flowers, berries, eggs, and vegetables.
Juniper Edge Farm, Harpswell Rd., South Harpswell, (207) 725-6414. Strawberries.
Maxwell's Farm, Cape Elizabeth, (207) 799-3383. Strawberries.
Ring Farm, Upper Ridge Rd., Bridgton, (207) 647-5335. Strawberries. Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
William Jordan Farm, 21 Wells Road, Cape Elizabeth, (207) 799-1466. WhJJr30@aol.com. www.JordanFarm.com. Flowers and strawberries.
Blueberry Hill Farm, Dallas Hill Rd., Rangeley, (207) 864-5647. Blueberries. July 21 through Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Harnden's Harvest Hutch, next to the Oreo Cookie Cows, Old Rte. 2, E. Wilton, (207) 645-2433. email@example.com. Flowers and blueberries.
Norpine Landscape, Inc., Rte. 142 South, 1/2 mile from center of town, Kingfield, (207) 265-2430. firstname.lastname@example.org. Select tree stock for digging, in season only. Tag your own shade tree/evergreen for digging to order. Deciduous stock is dug in May. Evergreens are dug mid-May through mid-June, then late Aug. through Oct. Nursery stock.
Stoneset Farm, 175 to Brooklin, right on Hale Woods Rd., first farm on left after intersection, Blue Hill Falls, (207) 374-5405, email@example.com. Organic vegetables, blueberries, apples, flowers, and firewood.
Bethany Acres, RR2, Winthrop, (207) 377-8537. Organic apples, pears, raspberries, and blackberries.
French's Market Gardens, Rte. 32, 3/4 miles north of Rte. 3, South China, (207) 445-2722. Fresh vegetables grown and sold on premises or pick them yourself. Flower and vegetable seedlings available May 15 through July 15. Some quantity discounts for bulk purchase of high-yield crops.
Macinnes Farms, Pine Tree Rd., Box 2350, Litchfield, (207) 268-4561. Corn.
Riverside Farm Market, 291 Fairfield St., Oakland, (207) 465-4439. firstname.lastname@example.org. They offer the opportunity to pick several vegetable varieties as well as fresh flowers. A great experience for the whole family.
Sparrow Farm, on Rte. 126, one mile from junction of Rte. 27 and 126, Gardiner, (207) 582-2213. email@example.com. Flowers.
Stevenson's Strawberry Farm, Berry and Tucker rds., Wayne, (207) 685-4164, firstname.lastname@example.org. Strawberries and peas.
Agricola Farms, Rte. 17 and corner of Clarry Hill Rd., Union, (207) 785-4018. Flowers.
County Fair Farm, Rte. 32, Jefferson, (207) 549-3536. Fresh and beautiful farm-grown items. Herbs and flowers.
Morris Farm Trust, Inc., Gardiner Rd., Rte, 27, half mile from Rte. 2, (207) 882-4080, email@example.com. Organic raspberries.
Uncas Farms, 98 Townhouse Rd., off Rte. 126, Whitefield, (207) 549-5185. Strawberries and raspberries. Call ahead.
Windsong Herbs & Gardens, 26 Windsong Way, Walpole, (207) 677-3770. Stroll through raised bed gardens. Organic herbs, flowers, and limited quantities of vegetables.
Maple Crest Farm, Crash Rd., Livermore, (207) 336-2466. Strawberries. July 13 through Aug. 3.
Netherfield Farm, Rte. 117, Denmark, (207) 452-2687. firstname.lastname@example.org.
http://www.netherfieldfarm.com. Visitors to the farm are encouraged to walk in the flower gardens and choose their bouquets from their 60 varieties of annuals and perennials.
Valley View Orchard Pies, Hebron Center Rd., Hebron, (207) 966-2630. Apples.
Weston's Farm Stand, River Street, Rte. 113N, Fryeburg, (207) 935-2567. email@example.com.
http://www.westonsfarm.com. Choose and cut your own flowers, or they can pick them fresh for you.
Country Junction, Rte. 11, Bradford, (207) 327-1398. firstname.lastname@example.org. They have a nice assortment of flowers for you to choose a bouquet from.
Ireland Farms, Sweet Rd., Lincoln, (207) 794-8084. Peas, berries, and Beans.
Nutkin Knoll Farm, 1.3 miles from Rte. 69 to Chapman Rd. on Rte. 9, Newburgh, (207) 234-7268. email@example.com. http://www.maine-christmas-trees.com. Flowers.
Rocky Ridge Farm, one mile east of Corinth off Hudson Rd., (207) 285-7764. They are a small Maine Farm adapted for pick-your-own customers. Their motto is "For the freshest 'raw' deal in town." Vegetables.
Checkerberry Farm, Wellington Rd., Parkman, (207) 277-3114. "Dig your own roots," fall storage crops, potatoes, carrots, and beets.
Snow Brook Gardens, 315 Bridge Rd., Parkman, (207) 876-3220. Flowers.
North Creek Farm, Junction of rtes. 217 and 209, Phippsburg, (207) 389-1341. Blueberries.
Prout's Vegetables, Browns Point Rd., Bowdoinham, (207) 666-5604. Strawberries.
Badgerboro Berry Farm, Badgerboro Rd., Palmyra, (207) 938-2497. Organically grown strawberries, limited amount, so call ahead. Peas too.
Sites Farm, Joaquin Rd., Athens, (207) 654-2063. Strawberries, highbush blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries. Open late June to end of Aug.
F & A Farm, 968 Banton Rd., Palermo, (207) 993-2755. MOFGA-certified organic asparagus. Call ahead.
Village Green Organic Produce, Greens Corner and Myrick Rd., Troy, (207) 948-5724, firstname.lastname@example.org. Customers welcome to pick their choice of vegetables.
Mustard Seed Farm Everlastings, 17 Talmadge Rd., Waite, (207)796-2225. email@example.com. They grow 24-plus varieties of everlasting on five acres. You-pick bunches are $2.50. They-pick bunches are $3.50. Flowers.
Bernier Egg Farms, Inc., New Dam Rd., off Rte. 4, Sanford, (207) 324-5606. Strawberries, fresh brown eggs, Maine foods, and crafts. Open late June to mid-July.
Spiller Farm, 1123 Branch Rd., Wells, (207) 985-2575. firstname.lastname@example.org. During the season, they update a recorded message daily about picking conditions and hours. Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peas, and tomatoes.