“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant.”
Carried with them and planted by the early settlers, apples represent a perseverance and sense of renewal through their adaptation and ability to flourish in varying climates throughout the world.
The Litchfield Hills is nestled in the heart of New England’s apple country and the apple harvest is in full swing. Join our communities in embracing the American tradition of apples –apple picking, apple pressing, applesauce, apple pie…
“You’ll never know how many apples there are in a seed.”
Thomas Jefferson experimented with 18 different varieties of apples before creating the cider that was served at Monticello. The landscape of the Litchfield Hills awaits your discovery. Share in our first glimpses of crisp air, cider doughnuts, and cool blue skies.
Some local Pick-Your-Own Farms include: