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It's still winter on the farm, but our new Pinterest account has lots of springtime photos!

https://www.pinterest.com/underthetreefarm/ It's hard to believe that in just about 3 months, our farm will go from looking like this: to this: ...but it's true! We can't wait until the world is green again and the apples are blooming. If you're longing for spring too, take a look at our new farm Pinterest account! We are in the process of uploading lots of photos of our farm in all seasons, for inspiration on these dreary dark winter days.  https://www.pinterest.com/underthetreefarm/  

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A foggy, snowy February morning

Today we awoke to the most beautiful winter wonderland! Our farm was blanketed in fresh, wet snow that clung to trees, berry bushes, and fencing. We were engulfed in fog so thick the hedgerows began to disappear, and the rows of trees faded into the mist.  The youngest apple trees on our farm Williams' Pride apples on the right, grapes on the left Older apple trees Blueberry bushes Goldrush apple trees Pear trees

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Dear autumn, we love you

It is mid-October, and the season is starting to come to a close on the farm. We're soaking up the gorgeous fall colors, building another high tunnel, planting garlic, and getting everything squared away for the long winter to come. We only have a few varieties of apples left to pick for the year (Goldrush, Golden Russet, Enterprise, Winecrisp, Black Oxford, and a few others here and there) along with Olympic Asian pears.  We have a great variety of delicious apples ripe now in our fruit stand and at the Ithaca Farmers Market, including: Northern Spy- (arguably the best pie apple, just ask your grandma! Also great for eating, with a crisp texture, good flavor, and the perfect amount of tartness)...

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