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Ranked #5 of 12 things to do in Hollis
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Owner description: Farm stand.
Reviewed 18 October 2017

Stopped here with the Fall Tour, a great place to see a huge selection of pumpkins in a myriad of shapes, sizes and colours. The selection inside the shop was huge.

Thank OldClanEllmes
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"blueberries"
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"pies"
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"pick your own"
in 7 reviews
"huge selection"
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"fruit"
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"great place"
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"ice cream"
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"fresh produce"
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"addition"
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"shop"
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

This is a farm market that wants something more. You can see the original building and then you see addition after addition after addition. Their main operation seems to support local supermarkets with fresh baked bread fruits vegetables mostly organic in nature. They have forgotten their roots. Finding something is kind of up to you as they don't have people to answer questions, the person at the cash register doesn't even know what items are in the store. But because of the additions mentioned earlier the place has become so big that you can wander around and look through hundreds and hundreds of items. They don't bother you they don't come up and ask if you need help you're just free to wander where you want. Pricing is good for the most part and they even sell some craft items.

Thank dolphingvp
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Reviewed 3 July 2017

We live about 45 minutes north and this was our first visit. What a large farm, with so much to offer. My family spent two hours. We picked strawberries, which were on one side of the street, then we crossed the road to go cherry and raspberry picking. The property was very clean, and the staff friendly and knowledgeable. The farm takes credit card with a $10 minimum, but the ice-cream on property was cash or check only.
We are looking forward to a return trip.

Thank Jrd P
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Reviewed 22 November 2016

Greenhouse gratifyingly full of beautiful plants. Many unique. A whole collection of uniquely scented plants, among others.

Thank vermontmom2016
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Reviewed 14 November 2016

Stopped here hoping to get a fresh pie - but they were out! That's what we get for waiting too long in the day! Treated to some delicious apple cider, though. Good stuff!

Thank 721danetteg
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