The Colors at Augustine’s Farm in October: Orange is Just the Start

dahlias

Kathy Augustin with her award winning dahlias at Augustine’s Farm. They will bloom and be available at the farm stand until the frost knocks them off. Credit: Leslie Yager

The pumpkins are grown right here in Greenwich and are available in all sizes at Augustine's Farm. Credit: Leslie Yager

The pumpkins are grown right here in Greenwich and are available in all sizes at Augustine’s Farm. Credit: Leslie Yager

pumpkins

The pumpkins are grown right here in Greenwich and are available in all sizes at Augustine’s Farm. Credit: Leslie Yager

swiss chard

Kathy grew this Swiss Chard at Augustine’s Farm. Credit: Leslie Yager

Jonagold apples

Jonagold apples at Augustine’s Farm,1332 King Street in Greenwich. Open 7 days. Credit: Leslie Yager

chicks

Kathy loves her chicks and sells fresh eggs year round. Credit: Leslie Yager

chicks

The friendly chicks at Augustine’s Farm. Credit: Leslie Yager

dahlias

Kathy’s prize dahlias at Augustine’s Farm. Credit: Leslie Yager

dahlias

Kathy with her prize winning dahlias at Augustine’s Farm. Credit: Leslie Yager

back field of corn

Kathy heads out to the back field of corn at Augustine’s farm, Oct. 14, 2015. Credit: Leslie Yager

cut dahlias

Beautiful dahlias headed for vases at home. Credit: Leslie Yager

Augustine's Farm

Augustine’s Farm is located at 1332 King Street in Greenwich. Credit: Leslie Yager

Up at Augustine’s Farm on King Street the pumpkins are in and you can be assured to find one grown right here in Greenwich, no matter what the size. Farmer John and Kathy still have their own corn, fresh eggs and a host of vegetables and fruit. We particularly recommend the Jonagold apples for crispiness, but there are several varieties, all equally delicious!


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