The farm has 200 apple trees and several varieties, including Esopus Spitzenburg, originally grafted from one of Thomas Jefferson's trees at Monticello! There's an apple that tastes like a pear. And he sells apple cider he presses on site. The Chinese Chestnut trees provide about 1/2 dozen chestnuts by Columbus Day! Apples sell for 60 cents a pound. He also sells Christmas trees and wreaths. The orchard is open weekends 10-4 for PYO (pick your own) from September 1 into November, when the Christmas trees are ready to be tagged and then cut down.
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