Pick-Your-Own Produce Across the State

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U-Pick Produce

Take some sweet adventures this spring and summer for garden-fresh produce that you can pick straight from the source. All across the state, local farms offer seasonal goodies such as strawberries, peaches, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries and more. Find where you can fill your basket below, but make sure to call before traveling long distances.

West Tennessee

Jones Orchard – Jones Orchard, located just north of Memphis in Millington, is now open for pick-your-own strawberries. They also offer plums, nectarines and blackberries beginning in June, and their star fruit, peaches, are available from June through August.

Culbertson Farms – Culbertson Farms, just outside of Savannah in Hardin County, offers pick-your-own strawberries beginning at the end of April, as well as potatoes at the end of May, and blueberries and tomatoes in June.

Middle Tennessee

Bradley Kountry AcresBradley Kountry Acres, located in Cottontown, is open for visitors to pick-their-own strawberries, which cost only $1.85/lb. The farm also offers peaches and blackberries in July.

Bottom View Farms – Located in Portland, Bottom View Farms offers an abundance of pick-your-own fruits, including strawberries starting in May, blackberries, apples and blueberries in June, and peaches and raspberries in August.

Stoney Creek Farm – Stoney Creek Farm, located in Franklin, has a community vegetable garden where visitors can pick their own broccoli, lettuce, tomatoes, corn, green beans and more. They also offer over 14 varieties of herbs, apples and muscadine grapes.

East Tennessee

The Fruit and Berry Patch  – The Fruit and Berry Patch in Knoxville offers small fruits and berries as pick-your-own produce. Visitors can enjoy strawberries in early May, blueberries, blackberries and apples starting in late June, and grapes in late July.

Blueberry Hill Farm – Pick fresh-from-the-bush blueberries from June through August at Blueberry Hill Farm in Norris, Tennessee.

For more pick-your-own locations and regular farmers markets and roadside stands, visit picktnproducts.org.

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