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If you want something different, ask for it–and your local orchard is a great place to start. Two of Watson’s favorite New Hampshire orchards: Alyson’s in Walpole and Gould Hill in Contoocook. “[An orchardist] may know where to go,” Watson says, “or they may have one or two trees themselves. They just haven’t put them out because they don’t think anybody wants them.”

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