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Explore The Many U-Pick Farms Of Middle Tennessee This Summer

Add A Visit To Your Summer Bucket List

Article by Lisa Valentine

Photography by Provided

Originally published in Franklin Lifestyle

Stoney Creek Farm
As a local Franklin farm, Stoney Creek Farm prides itself in bringing farm education to the community through summer camps and classes on everything from canning to making kombucha! Stop by Stoney Creek Farms on Wednesdays and Saturdays in July from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. or by appointment to pick your own blackberries. StoneyCreekFarmTennessee.com

S. E. Daugherty & Sons
Located off Highway 70 in Nashville, S.E. Daugherty & Sons is the perfect place to pick your own bouquet of flowers. With flowers in an array of colors and varieties, you can make your own arrangements from their beautiful fields. Their farm stand offers plants and seeds to plant at home, a variety of vegetables and breads, and even CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) subscriptions. @sedaughertyandsons

Bloomsbury Farm
Bloomsbury Farm in Smyrna is a U-Pick farm where guests can pick USDA-certified organic strawberries for $6 a pound. The strawberry fields are open on Wednesdays from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. and Fridays from 12 – 6 p.m. They also offer “fresh produce, flowers, food and hangs” on Friday afternoons at their Farm Fridays. BloomsburyFarms.com

Wagner Berry Farm
Spring Hill’s Wagner Berry Farm offers visitors the opportunity to pick their own berries from the farm’s selection of varieties of strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries. They also offer goodies made from local vendors including milk, cheese, and ice cream produced by local dairies including Noble Springs Dairy, Flowers Creamery, and The Country Churn. WagnerBerry.com

Blue Honey Farms
Take a trip to Blue Honey Farms in Eagleville to pick your own blueberries. Their U-Pick season typically runs through the middle of August with their fields generally being open every day except Sunday and Wednesday. They also grow blackberries, Paw Paw fruit, Muscadine grapes, and make their own maple syrup. BlueHoneyFarmsTN.com

Berries On The Bend

Not only can you pick your own blueberries at Berries on the Bend in Lebanon, you can also purchase honey produced right onsite. In addition to blueberries—typically being available through mid-July—the property also features U-Pick flower days. @berriesonthebend

  • Photo by Lisa Valentine
  • Photo by Lisa Valentine