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Larriland Farm

Larriland Farm is a charming family owned pick-your-own farm in northern Maryland where city folks can go to spend a little time outdoors, act like pioneers, and bring home some tasty produce. The family friendly field and orchard offer apples, berries, and all kinds of vegetables throughout the year. Apple picking season, though small this year, lasts through the first weekend in November. Visit www.pickyourown.com for more.

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Granny smith and fiji apples are tumbled together in a crate at Larriland Farm, a pick-your-own farm in the countryside of northern Maryland.

Granny smith and fiji apples are tumbled together in a crate at Larriland Farm, a pick-your-own farm in the countryside of northern Maryland. 1Picture by Isabel HendrixBeets, chard, and broccoli were among the crops available Friday on the nearly 100 acre farm.2Picture by Isabel HendrixA cheerful wooden statue greets visitors in the parking lot.3Picture by Isabel HendrixRustic farmhouses that hold the store and a supply shed preside over the tilled earth.4Picture by Isabel HendrixThe early fall harvest includes these vibrant squash and pumpkins.5Picture by Isabel HendrixThe apple harvest was unusually low this year, leading to an increase in vegetable picking.6Picture by Isabel HendrixA farm worker drives a tractor under a bright array of fall foliage.7Picture by Isabel HendrixA deep purple leaf of chard, a lettuce-like vegetable, stands out in a field.8Picture by Isabel HendrixA Maryland woman picks chard at $1.69 a pound.9Picture by Isabel HendrixFresh granny smith apples glow in the setting sun in one of Larriland's barns.10Picture by Isabel Hendrix

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