Fruit We Grow

Belkin Family Lookout Farm Fruit

Apple picking is an old New England tradition and we hope Lookout Farm is part of your family tradition. Spend the day outdoors in the fresh air surrounded by natural beauty and take home some of the freshest fruit you’ll find anywhere.

Apples are one of the most cultivated and consumed fruits in the world and are often called a “miracle food”.  Apples are extremely rich in important antioxidants, fiber and other nutrients. And in addition to their great taste, an average sized apple has only 80 calories, contains no fat or sodium, has 21 grams of carbohydrates and 15% of our recommended daily Vitamin C.

 

Check out the various types of fruit we grow and please remember that the availability is general and based on the weather. Call our U-pick hotline at 508-653-0653 or check out Whats Picking

 Strawberries ( June)

 

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  Peaches & Nectarines ( Mid-August to mid-September)

 

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 Plums ( Mid-August to early September)

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  Apples 

 Cortland ( Late September – early October)

 Ginger Gold (Mid-August – mid-September)

 Honey Crisp ( Early September – early October)

 Macoun (October -November)

Fuji (Mid-late October)

Golden Delicious ( Late September-late October)

Jonagold (Early – late October)

McIntosh ( Mid-September -late October)

Red Delicious (Mid- late September)

Gala ( Early -late September)

Shizuka ( Early -late October)

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 Asian Pear (Mid-September-late October)

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  Pumpkins