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Verger Patrimonial du Témiscouata

656, rang Notre-Dame-des-Champs
Pohénégamook , (Quebec)
G0L 1J0

Telephone: 418 854-0720, poste 2350
Fax: 418 893-1970

info@corpovpt.org 
 
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Description

The origins of the the orchard date back to 1932 when a religious community settled in Sully and decided to plant about sixty apple trees as part of the agricultural middle school , Maison-Notre-Dame-des-Champs. Unfortunately only six apple trees survived. In 1934, the community bought and planted 200 apple trees. Today, there are more than120 apple trees over 80 years old.

The orchard can be visited at any time from the end of May, beginning of June.

Mid August to Labor Day: apples for sale only at the kiosks.

Labor Day to Thanksgiving: apples for sale in the orchard, and pick-your-own from 1:30 pm to 5 pm.

Events during the season: in spring there is a country day and in September a harvest festival with stalls, artists and crafts.

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