Russell Wilkins: A farmer,

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Glorious greens in the springtime, freshly picked fruit during the summer and good old, country harvesting in the fall.
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Pepperell

Chelmsford, MA

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Dec 28, 2010
 
Glad to see that he still keeps the stand rustic and hasn't succumbed to the pressures to make stands look like fancy stores with high prices. The stand is a jewel of Pepperell.
balderdash

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Dec 29, 2010
 
Please consider this shop for your wedding flowers.
Everyone was so nice and they provided beautiful flowers.
Thank you again.
Shack

Groton, MA

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Dec 29, 2010
 
Pepperell wrote:
Glad to see that he still keeps the stand rustic and hasn't succumbed to the pressures to make stands look like fancy stores with high prices. The stand is a jewel of Pepperell.
I agree,Wilkins has not changed through the years. I always
get my "in season" fruit/vegetables there, starting with peas.!

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