With Labor Day 2020 in the books, we embrace fall activities on the farm. As the nights cool significantly, production of crops like tomatoes and cucumbers slow. Winter squash, including pumpkins, become plentiful! We New Englanders are spoiled with spectacular autumns. Here at Trombly's, we are taking full advantage of all the bounty.
A perennial tradition, the corn maze has already opened. Admission is just $5 per person, with children 3 and under admitted for free. Currently open from 8:00 a.m. to dusk, you may pay at the farm stand. Bring a canned good (donation for SHARE) and receive $1 off. Live music on the porch on Sunday mornings will continue, with hot chocolate and fresh coffee for sale. Take the time to choose just the perfect pumpkin, either as a pick-your-own or from the vast selection of orbs we've already harvested! New seasonal flavors at the ice cream window include pumpkin, pumpkin oreo, and apple pie. I got the chance to taste Trombly's pumpkin ice cream last week, and I think it's a blue-ribbon winner. Don't take my word for it, though. Come check out our flavors for yourself!
Trombly Gardens is your one-stop destination for fall family fun! In October, we'll offer daytime hay rides through the fields and the corn maze opens for expanded nighttime hours. If we ask Farmer Sean nicely, maybe he will consider bonfires again this year, to warm our hands on chilly evenings.
Also in October, this year we are hosting a new and spooktacular feature, The Dark Woods. Stay tuned for more news and enhanced features for you and your family right here at Trombly Gardens. Follow us on Facebook, watch for new blog posts, and feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
See you at the farm!