Pick Your Own Berries, Fruit & Pumpkins at Lyman Orchards

Pick your own berries, apples, nectarines, pears and pumpkins at Lyman Orchards in Middlefield, Connecticut. Before coming to pick, always call the Lyman Orchards 24-hour hotline at 1-860-349-6015 for up-to-the-minute crop and field conditions, varieties, and current market prices. We update the message as often as necessary (especially in rainy or overcast weather) in order to help you make the best arrangements for your picking trip.

Lyman Orchards is located at 3 Lyman Road, Middlefield, CT 06455. Pick Your Own is open daily from 8am to 5pm, weather permitting.

You can also sign up for Pick Your Own Email Alerts to find out when picking has started for your favorite fruit.

Kids love picking their own apples.

Pick Your Own Berries, Fruit & Pumpkins at Lyman Orchards

Picking areas are easy to find and clearly marked. The Lyman Orchards Pick-Your-Own staff members are very knowledgeable about the fruits you’ll be picking and containers for picking and recipe sheets are available at every Pick-Your-Own station

The best months for picking at Lyman Orchards:

The picking seasons for each fruit are very specific and depend on the unpredictable New England weather! It’s a smart idea to contact the farm before heading out to check and see what’s available.

  • Strawberries: June and early July
  • Jostaberries: July
  • Blueberries: July and mid August
  • Raspberries: July and mid August
  • Apples: late August through October
  • Peaches/Nectarines: late July through September
  • Pears: late July through September
  • Pumpkins: late September through October

Lyman Orchards Pick Your Own Chart

Graph Courtesy of Lyman Orchards

Blueberries are a great snacking choice, not only for their delicious flavor and versatility in recipes, but because they are a nutritional powerhouse! Low in fat and calories, high in fiber and Vitamin C, blueberries are rich in antioxidants. Eating 1/2 cup of blueberries daily provides antioxidant activity that has been shown to help protect against the effects of aging, including heart disease, arthritis, and short-term memory loss.

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