TRUE health flows from loving relationships, GOOD FOOD and time spent in nature.......
Take a look at the list of crops we grow. They are generally the same for the spring and fall. We do not grow berries asparagus, or sweet onions in the fall.
Ambrose Family Farm is the Charleston Area's favorite You-Pick Farm for Strawberries, Blackberries, Blueberries, and Tomatoes. Generally, we open our fields for You-Pick the first week in April with Strawberries and close when the Blueberry crop is finished-late June to mid-July.
Mon - Sat 9am to 5pm
Call before coming on Sunday - We're NOT open every Sunday
Strawberries - $2.75/lb pick your own
Order 24 hr. ahead for already picked produce.
We are closed ALL HOLIDAYS - We are closed if it is RAINING
Call 843-559-0988 (Farm) or 843-559-9999 (Stono Market) for more information.
Watch the weather. We are closed if it is raining. Call before you come if the weather is questionable! 559-0988
Our physical address is: 2349 Black Pond Lane, Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487. Some GPS systems do not recognize this address. If yours does not recognize Black Pond Lane, use Selkirk Plantation Road, Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487.
A visit to Ambrose Family Farm makes for a great field trip, no matter what your age. Groups are welcome. To schedule a field trip, call 843-559-9999 (Stono Farm Market) or 843-559-0988 (Farm).
And we'll fix your lunch too. NO PROBLEM. The Stono Farm Market is on the way to the farm and we have a great bag lunch menu. Place your order 1-2 days ahead of time, and stop on your way to the farm to pick up your lunch.
You-Picking is great fun for the entire family. We have picnic tables
in the shade, hand washing spigots, cold drinks, tire swings, and lots
of space to walk-or run if you are inclined-explore and enjoy. LEASHED
pets are welcome in the picnic area but are NOT allowed in the field.
Pack your lunch and plan to spend the day.
We also insist that children be properly supervised while on the farm. They must be attended at all times and are not welcome to wander away on their own. Although we are transitionally organic farmers, soil is always blowing on the produce and berries we grow, and are not clean enough to eat. Please refrain from eating in the field.