Pick a Tennessee Berry Patch

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Craving the flavor of juicy, sun-ripened berries fresh from the farm? Tennessee strawberries begin to ripen in mid-April and typically last through June, but it depends on the variety and the weather, so be sure to call ahead to check on availability. Growers throughout the state offer strawberries and other farm-fresh goodies along with a sweet taste of farm life in the spring. Here are a few possibilities:

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Sequoyah Farms in West Tennessee

Sequoyah Farms in Kenton grows spring strawberries as well as tomatoes, pumpkins and other assorted vegetables throughout the year. Call (731) 749-5205 or (731) 613-1856 for more information on availability, hours of operation and farmers markets where you can buy their berries.

 

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  1. Susan newbill

    June 1, 2018 at 8:07 am

    You overlooked Cowen Berry Farm in Bradford where my family has picked the biggest sweetest juiciest blackberries every year for several years

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