DOAG: Connecticut Pick-Your-Own Farms By County

 
 
{Connecticut Grown strawberries fresh from the field}
 
 

Pick Your Own Farms in Connecticut

Fresh from the field, Connecticut Grown strawberries are ripe and ready to eat. Head to a Connecticut strawberry patch today to create lasting memories and delicious dishes. Find a Connecticut PYO strawberry farm near you, by clicking the links below, and look for the SF, for small fruit, after the name of the farm.
 
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Strawberry Fun Facts

1.    Strawberries are the only fruit that wear their seeds on the outside.

2.    Strawberries are members of the rose family.

3.    The strawberry plant is a perennial.

4.    Strawberries are believed to help reduce the risk of heart disease and certain cancers.

5.    To store fresh strawberries, wash them and cut the stem away. However, if you plan to keep

      them in the fridge for a few days, wait until before you eat them to clean them. Rinsing  

      them speeds up spoiling.

6.    Strawberries can be pickled if picked green or unripe. If berries are overripe, make jam!

 

              Listings by County

 
                          Fairfield County
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                          Hartford County
 
                         Litchfield County

                        Middlesex County

                        New Haven County

                       New London County

                          Tolland County

                         Windham County