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“More than a farm stand”
Review of Lull Farm

Lull Farm
Ranked #1 of 12 things to do in Hollis
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Owner description: Lull Farm was established by David Orde in 1980. Lull Farm carries a large assortment of their own, locally grown produce, along with a large assortment of gourmet grocery items.
Reviewed September 7, 2014

Lull used to be called a farm stand since it had lots of local fruits, veggies, plants, bakery items but it has expanded to a nice grocery store. It was renovated and expanded a couple of years ago and it is a great place to shop for produce and organic fare. Stop in for the 30 varieties of tomatoes, 17 varieties of apples, peaches, plumbs, and most of the produce you will find in your stores. The staff is very friendly and helpful. There are some gift items too. It is worth the trip.

Thank wittlemama
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Reviewed September 3, 2014

I am lucky to live in Hollis so I can visit Lull Farm quite often. They have all the fresh produce you could want as well as pastries, sodas, vinegar and of course all of the plants and flowers for every season. I especially enjoy visiting all of the animals. This is a slice of heaven every time I visit. It brings back the childhood memories that are dear to me. It is a must when you are in Hollis.

Thank Magnetizit
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Reviewed August 25, 2014

I really enjoy hitting Lull Farm when I'm in Brookline or Hollis. Just visited again this weekend and picked up some amazing baked goods. I just wish they would offer more organic options. Otherwise, you can find everything here to make an impressive, fresh gourmet dinner along with plants and other specialty items.

Thank cpennnh
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Reviewed April 15, 2014

I love the atmosphere, variety of food items, and friendliness if staff. Wonderful cheeses, bakery items, produce, condiments, organic meats and dairy plus lots more! Fall is really special with apples, pumpkins, fresh pressed cider, etc. Definitely worth a visit if you don't live in the area and definitely worth weekly visits if you do!

Thank Alison P
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Reviewed April 15, 2014

Lull Farm is a local farm stand, and it is outstanding in its field. Sorry. But it really is wonderful. They have excellent produce most of the year, but during the summer, it is worth it to try to get here everyday. You never know what will have ripened and be ready to be sold. During summer berry season, you have to be here all the time to get perfect strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and cherries. They have the most glorious tomatoes you have ever seen, particularly their unbelievaby wide variety of heirloom tomatoes. I particularly love the yellow tomatoes, which are a little less acid than red tomatoes. And in the late summer and early fall, you have to taste their heirloom apple varieties! Don't miss the early varieties like Paula Reds and Ginger Golds. Don't miss the late varieties like my favorite, Northern Spy. I particularly like russeted tomatoes and apples, so be sure to ask for them. The service is so wonderful and you can always visit the chickens. They have a plethora of chickens, and several other kinds of farm animals who add a lot of charming noise to the scene. It's the best in the area, and you'll love it!

Thank Therry N
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