Open for pick-your-own for about six weeks during the summer. Bell Pepper, Corn (yellow, white & Bi-Color), Okra, Onions, Pickling Cucumbers, Pink-eye Purple Hull Peas, Slicing Cucumbers, Squash (limited availability), Sunflowers, Speciality Peppers, Zucchini, Eggplant, Snap Beans, Roma Tomatoes, Slicing Tomataoes, Speckled Butter Beans, Green Butter Beans, Crowder Peas, Zipper Peas
WHERE TO BUY
At the farm!
Unknown; assumed to be conventional.
Reader Susan Payne, who visited in 2008, writes with information (and photos). She says:
From West Mobile, this is closer than Baldwin County, and the produce grown is very good. In order to justify the gas over there, there were 5 of us (plus a 2 year old) picking. You bring your own containers; five gallon buckets are the monetary standard. For $8.00 a five gallon bucket, you can fill it with pretty much whatever. We all picked a mixed bag of tomatoes, bell peppers, banana peppers, jalepeno peppers, eggplant, okra, purple hull peas, butter beans, and onions. The corn was $.20 per ear. And they had watermelons, seedless watermelons, cantaloupes and other items pre-picked for sale.
It was a great outing with friends and I was thrilled to see so many other people out with their families doing the same thing.
Just down the road is one of the best catfish restaurants in the area. That alone is worth the trip.