A Glimpse of Autumn Orchard Beauty: Clarkdale Fruit Farm, from Above . . .
Autumn Orchard Beauty: 1,200′ Above Clarkdale Fruit Farm in Deerfield, Massachusetts
Is there anything more delightful than the colors and flavors of an autumn orchard? Looking down at the Clarkdale Fruit Farm orchardsÂ from 1,200′ AGL, it’s impossible not to dream of strolling with friends; enjoying a cup of cold, sweet, fresh-pressed cider, amid the beautiful fragrances & colors of golden pears and blushing apples . . .
Sweet, Rich Colors to Match the Flavors of Autumn Harvest: Clarkdale Fruit Farm
Clarkdale Fruit Farm is a wonderful, friendly and welcoming orchard located in Deerfield, Massachusetts. This fourth generation, family owned orchard harvests and sells more than 100 varieties of sustainably grown apples —including heirlooms planted by the first generation of Clarks— peaches, plums, nectarines, pears, grapes, cherries and other fruits; as well as pumpkins, gourds and other produce. Clarkdale Orchard also presses their own delicious, sweet cider blends.
Clarkdale Orchard participates in Franklin County, Massachusetts’ Cider Days (this weekend, November 3rd and 4th, click here for more information and event schedule).
For more information, visit the Clarkdale Fruit Farm website by clicking here.
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2 Replies to “A Glimpse of Autumn Orchard Beauty: Clarkdale Fruit Farm, from Above . . .”
Holy crow Michaela, these photos are AMAZING! The thought had never even occurred how fruit producers’ fall foliage might appear en masse, never mind from above: thanks for sharing such a fantastic perspective!!
Thank you, Deb! I though I responded to your comment, but then saw I never hit the publish button! Silly woman :( … So good to hear from you. My blogging took a back seat to work this fall. Hopefully, I will be here more come winter. Wishing you well! xo M
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