Picking The Perfect Apple

Fall officially began Sunday and for many that means it’s time to go search for the perfect apple. Whether it be to bite into or make into a pie Connecticut orchards are getting into full swing for Pick-Your-Own. Monday I stopped by Johnny Appleseed’s Farm in Ellington.

Emma Woodward, 9, adjusts her picking bag as she and her brother Luke, 8, wear them as hats while picking apples at Apple Johnny Appleseed's Farm in Ellington Monday afternoon with their brother Matthew, 6, and mom Mary Pat. The Woodward's are from Vernon and have been visiting the farm for apple picking for the past 10 years. The Picking orchard is open Monday through Sunday 9-5 weather permitting.

Emma Woodward, 9, adjusts her picking bag as she and her brother Luke, 8, wear them as hats while picking apples at Apple Johnny Appleseed’s Farm in Ellington Monday afternoon with their brother Matthew, 6, and mom Mary Pat. The Woodward’s are from Vernon and have been visiting the farm for apple picking for the past 10 years. The Picking orchard is open Monday through Sunday 9-5 weather permitting.

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