Northern Orchard Farm Stand

Seasonal fruits and vegetables - Honey, Christmas Trees and apple wood. 

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Latitude: 44.561146 Longitude: -73.541867 Elevation: 416 ft
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Cindi Mulbury

Season And Hours Open

May thru December 9am to 6pm

What Is Distinctive And Authentic To The Character Of The Region

Local farm fresh goods and value-added products.

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We are now open for the season. This photo is from the Farmers Market in Saranac Lake - we are also at the Lake Placid Market. We look forward to seeing you and as always Thank You for supporting local farming!

Cindi, 5/5/2014

Asparagus is picked daily - the high tunnels are planted and we should be reaping some greens soon. Stop by for a great selection of plants shrubs and trees. We look forward to seeing yo and as always Thank you for supporting local farming.

Cindi, 5/23/2014

Saranac Lake Market has started. It was so nice to see everyone again. We look forward to a great year with lots of fresh vegetables and fruits.

Cindi, 6/11/2014

The apple season has begun. Paula Reds are being picked. Tomatoes and Corn - what could be better. Watch for updates on our face book page and as always thank you for supporting local farming

Cindi , 8/25/2014

COME SEE WHAT WE CAN GROW - Another bountiful harvest - Tomatoes 0.99/lb - corn and so much more. Apples are looking super this year - stop by for a taste - whats YOUR favorite - Honeycrisp - Mac - Ruby Frost? Check us out on facebook for updates and as always Thank You for supporting local farming!

Cindi, 8/28/2015

Well it sounds like winter is finally coming. Time to hunker down - we have seasoned apple wood for that toasty fire. Honey and 15 varieties of apples. Come visit us at the packing facility all winter long.

Cindi, 2/8/2016

The farm stand is open for the season and the asparagus is delish! The high tunnels are planted and we have salad, greens and radishes. Apple blossom was beautiful and the cycle has begun again. Come see what we can grow!

Cindi Mulbury, 6/3/2016

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