April - December
What's here: (Click for recipes) Strawberries
, Cantaloupes, Sweet Corn
, Summer Squash
, Watermelons, Cantaloupes, Jams, Eggs
, Christmas Trees
We are a 'pick your own' strawberry farm.
We also have a variety of summer and fall crops, including tomatoes, peppers, corn, melons, onions, squash, okra, cucumbers and lettuce. We also offer our homemade soap and preserves. If no one is around, payment is by the honor system.
We will open Friday after Thanksgiving from 8-5, and every Saturday from 8-5 and Sunday's 12-5. Weekends only until Christmas or sold out whichever comes first
We have Murray cypress, white pine, Virginia pine, and scotch pine. Eastern red cedar are growing for future years.
We also host weddings on the farm.
Call us for information on our Farm to Family program.
Last modified: Mon Oct 31 2016
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