Quonquont Farm

9 North Street
Whately, MA 01093
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9 North Street Whately MA 01093
Growing Practices: IPM
Contact: Ann Barker, Leslie Harris, Allison Bell
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About

Pick your own flowers, blueberries, peaches, and apples in season. Shop for Valley-made products, fresh fruit, cut flowers, and cider at our farm stand. Orchard is open mid-July to October. Our elegant 19th century barn with catering kitchen is available for weddings and other events, May-October. Call for more information, hours, and availability.

What We Grow

Beverages

Apple Cider

Fruit

Apples, Blueberries, Peaches

Nursery + Flowers

Cut Flowers, Mums, Sunflowers

Promotional Materials

T-shirts

Farm Stand

Quonquont Farm
9 North Street
Whately, MA (map)

(413) 575-4680

Open mid-July thru mid-October. Please call for hours and picking availability.

You’ll also find: Locally made products, including honey, maple syrup, tea, and more.

Family Fun

Events and celebrations
Quonquont Farm’s elegantly restored 19th-century barn features sweeping views, charming patio, catering kitchen, and full bar for your wedding or other event. Open May through October. Tours by appointment.
Contact Jenelle Wilkins at 413-588-2028 or email events@quonquont.com.

Pick Your Own

Apples
Apples ripen in mid-August and go until mid-October or later. Picking and farmstand hours daily 9am-4pm.
* Call ahead just to be sure.

Blueberries
Fat juicy blueberries open in mid-July. Pick your own or buy fresh picked daily 9am-4pm.
* Call ahead just to be sure.

Cut Flowers
Beautiful blooms available for picking or at the farmstand Tuesday through Sunday 9am-4pm.
* Call ahead just to be sure.

Peaches
Peaches ripen in mid-August. Enjoy juicy peaches from our farmstand daily 9am-4pm.
* Call ahead just to be sure.

 

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Just Picked

Put on some clothing you don’t mind getting a little dirt on and spend an afternoon with family and friends discovering the local farms that grow our food. Keep in mind that harvest times are a little different every year. It’s always a good idea to call ahead to find out what’s available for picking.

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