News and Blog
Today we will not be at the International Culinary Institute. We'll be at Myrtles Market tomorrow and Saturday. Our Farm Market is open today and Saturday. Looking forward to seeing y'all next week at the ICI!
Still waiting on an update for our blueberries. Will let you know as soon as we have details!
The sweet smells of some of our favorite fruits are already filling our Farm Market! Whether its juicy, delicious watermelons and cantaloupes or peaches, plums, blackberries and blueberries the taste of summer is here.
The extremely hot weather we had in May ended our Strawberry season for this year. We are waiting on rain to determine when the Blueberry PYO could start.
We're picking squash, zucchini, and cucumbers now. This week we are also digging this year's fresh and colorful crop of new potatoes.
Thursday (5/23) Pick-Your-Own Strawberries! The field will be open from 8:00-1:00. Berries are $2.75/pound. We have buckets for you to pick in, but suggest that you bring something to take your berries home with. Cash preferred for faster check out.
This Saturday (5/18) from 9-2:00 we'll have the Pick-Your-Own Strawberries open! $2.75/pound, cash preferred for faster check out.
Pick-Your-Own Strawberries will be OPEN on this Saturday (5/11) from 9-2:00. Please bring something to take your berries home in. Cash preferred for faster checkout.
While you're here stop by our Farm Market for more fresh produce or visit Moka Cafe for a tasty treat!
May is here with several exciting changes! The PYO strawberries are beautiful, the summer crops are growing, and we have some new produce at our markets as we're getting into some new fields!
We're excited to say that the Pick-Your-Own Strawberry Field will be OPEN for picking tomorrow morning, May 4th, 2019! This will only be during the morning from 9:00 - 12:00. We provide buckets for you to pick in, but ask that you bring containers to take them home with. Cash is preferred for a faster checkout.
A special new item, available in our Farm Market ONLY, is locally raised beef from WK Price Farms! This USDA Inspected, Grass Fed, and No Added Hormones or Antibiotics meat is beef at it's best!
We have been cutting lettuce from a new field this week and still can't get over how tender it is! This planting is full of different varieties, in every lettuce shape and color you can imagine.
Coming from a planing in our back field, we now have our kale, cabbage, and broccoli available at both of our Farmer's Markets locations at the beach as well as in our Farm Market!
The zucchini planting is a mixture of enormous golden blossoms and tiny green zucchini. We're looking forward to these getting big enough to pick.
The potatoes we planted have grown nice green, leafy tops that promise a beautiful harvest later this summer.
The blackberry bushes that survived the hurricanes and floods have lovely blossoms as they prepare for a delicious harvest.
We will have picked strawberries available for sale tomorrow Saturday April 6th at our Farm Market from 9:30 - 4:30! We won't have any other produce as we're still getting ready to reopen on the 16th.
The Pick-Your-Own field needs another week to ripen. We'll keep you posted when we have dates available.
We're going to be back at the Myrtle Beach Farmers Market! Opening day is April 10th. We'll be there on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9-3.