" TYNGSBORO (CBS) - One of the most beautiful times in New England is during fall season.
Crisp air, bright blue skies, and colorful foliage. And one of the greatest family traditions in New England is apple picking. The apple season is well underway and with the warm temperatures that we experienced in March, the season is about 10 days ahead of a ‘normal’ schedule.
At Parlee Farms in Tyngsboro, our apple orchard covers over 14 acres.
It is comprised of more than 12,000 dwarf apple trees, which, although small in stature, produce large, delicious apples.
We grow more than 20 different varieties of apples including traditional favorites such as MacIntosh, Gala, and Cortland and many new varieties such as Early Fuji, Decoster Jonagold, and Cameo "
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TYNGSBORO, MA, August 01, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Mark Parlee, owner of Parlee Farms in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, was recently featured in a "Gardening with Gutner" segment on Boston's WBZ news. The focus of the segment was on pick your own ...Read more