Some photos of fall around the farm. A few are a bit of a spoof on fashion photos…
It’s time to deck out for fall! We have all this gear and much more at the farmstands and markets now!
Many thanks to our models.
Haley lounges with jackolantern.
Jackolantern gets alone time. You know he can pull it off just fine.
Fall gold. Delicata squash is one of the sweetest winter squash. Not sure if Ruth is enchanted by it or the other way around.
Emmett sports a second hat. Pie pumpkins are sweet and very flavorful for pie, baking, and other cooking.
The fabulous gourds of fall can make you a little crazy in the head.
Decorating a decorative gourd…
Munchkins of various sorts. This is Chester’s badass model face.
Best used just for their looks. Not actually recommended for eating, though Chester thinks they may help with teething.
Wally says white pumpkins are sleek. Get them while they last.
Many types of porch pumpkins available. The more the merrier!
There are mums for the gardens and pathside pots too! Or you can walk around holding them, which can be awesome.
Fiercely festive ornamental corn.
In colors of fire and fall leaves. With Dorothy, Packing Supervisor.
Apple magic. Photo by Roger Ingraham.
Apples in the barn lights.
Wally with the record-setter. Largest ever pumpkin at the Franklin County Fair. We didn’t grow it, but just had to share.
Wally captured this photo of me (Sarah V.) with a final pumpkin. It’s the Long Island Cheese pumpkin, which I thought rather appropriate for this post.
Thanks for reading! Come visit us at the stands and markets for lots of fall beauty. Not to mention insane amounts of produce.