MINERVA - Diane Colletti, owner of It's About Thyme Farm in Olmstedville, has her 150 acre farm ready for the fall season.
The family owned and operated farm is a Certified Garden Center and has been providing local communities with much more than a place to find a pretty flower or two.
It's About Thyme is open May through October and offers school programs as well as private parties, while selling perennials, herbs, fresh produce and much more.
Johnsburg, Newcomb and Long Lake Central Schools are often found enjoying what It's About Thyme has to offer.
"Everyone comes and says how happy they are to have this in our area," said Colletti.
The farm boasts the largest pumpkin patch in the eastern Adirondacks and has picking available daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. from Sept. 9 through Oct. 30.
Saturday and Sunday feature free cider and doughnuts to those who come to visit the farm.
"Pumpkin picking is a wonderful way to spend a fall day while enjoying the Adirondack Fall Foliage," said Colletti.
New this year is a scarecrow walk through the fields and wooded trails of the farm. The walk is free of charge and features scarecrows of an unlimited variety as well as some fun for the whole family.
The farm is located at 32 Smith Rd. and can be contacted at 251-5297.