Fall has begun in earnest at Langwater Farm. Mornings are crisper and sunset creeps up a little faster in the evenings. We’re harvesting lots of our favorite fall produce out of the fields every day–winter squashes, carrots, potatoes, beets, bunched greens, salad greens, radishes, and of course, bins of brilliant orange pumpkins!
Sugar pie pumpkins
Wee-B-Little pumpkins–so cute!
Every weekend until Halloween we’re offering free hayrides down to the pumpkin patch so you can pick your own pumpkin! During the week the pumpkin patch is still open for those who’d like to walk down and haul their pumpkins back on a Radio Flyer wagon.
Fall decorations like straw bales, mums, beautiful heirloom winter squash and weird pumpkin varieties, are all available at the farmstand.
Our fall produce is certified organic and always fresh–we harvest every day!
Harvesting baby arugula
Stop by the farmstand for gorgeous pumpkins and fall decorations, delicious veggies, or to sign up for our Winter CSA!
Summer has definitely hit Langwater Farm! These days the farmstand looks like a fruit and vegetable riot, the parking lot is humming with cars, and the farm crew is hustling around keeping everything looking and tasting great! It truly is a great time at Langwater Farm.
Along with the warmer, busier days come the crops everyone associates with a Massachusetts summer: corn, tomatoes, eggplant, and squash. To make sure our supply meets our demand, the farm crew is out bright and early picking fresh vegetables everyday.
Some of our favorite vegetables to harvest are the red and yellow cherry tomatoes. They are so sweet; a perfect summer snack!
We also love cucumbers and zucchini! They are delightful to eat and even more fun to hunt for in the field.
Perhaps the best gift of summer are the melons! The whole crew loves to stop and enjoy a crisp, cool bite of watermelon on a hot afternoon.
The eggplants look like royalty sitting on their burlap throne in the farmstand. They truly are a great addition to many classic summertime dishes!
Our peppers are fantastic! Crunchy, sweet, and colorful.
Tomatoes. Tomatoes. Tomatoes!!! With weather patterns ripe for the spread of late blight, we have been babying our tomato plants and they have returned the favor! We have been getting TONS of heirloom, cherry, and red slicing tomatoes off the vine. When biting into one of our award winning tomatoes we know it truly is summertime here at Langwater Farm!
Summer is here but it definitely won’t stick around forever. Make sure you get down to Langwater Farm to enjoy the fruits and vegetables of summer!
This year we are offering something new at our farmers markets–an Organic Harvest Box! An Organic Harvest Box will include a selection of the in-season crops that we are picking at the farm, packed into a box made just for you, and brought to any of our farmers markets. Each week an email will be sent out with a list of the vegetables and fruits we will be packing in the Organic Harvest Box. Simply reply to the email to sign-up for that week and we will pack your box and bring it to market. We accept cash or credit upon pick-up.
To sign-up, simply send Rory an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and which farmer’s market you will be picking up at. For more information about the contents of the Organic Harvest Box click HERE!
Norwood Farmer’s Market: Tuesday, Town Common, Nahatan St and Rt 1A, Norwood MA, 12pm – 6pm
Northeastern University Farmer’s Market: Wednesday, Centennial Quad on the Northeastern University side of the Ruggles T-Stop, 11am-5pm
Medfield Farmer’s Market: Thursday. Located at the First Parish Unitarian Church, 26 North St., Medfield, MA, 2:30pm-6:30pm.
Attleboro Farmer’s Market: Saturday. North Main St., next to the Public Library, 8am-noon.