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Local Farms

Ambrose Family Farm
Ambrose Family Farm is the Charleston Area’s favorite You-Pick Farm for Strawberries, Onions, Peas, Squash, Zucchini, Collards, Cabbage, Potatoes, Tomatoes and perfect bedding plants from the greenhouse. Generally, we open our fields for You-Pick the first week in April and close when the weather gets so hot no one comes to PYO-in early to mid June. But-we harvest fresh vegetables year ’round!

Monday-Saturday 9AM-6PM

For information, please call either the Farm or Stono Market. Pete and his crew are quite busy and may not be as available to answer the phone on the farm.
843-559-0988 (Farm)
843-559-9999 (Stono Market)

Blue Dog Farms
Blue Dog Farms is a producer of quality herbs for culinary and medicinal use. We build custom container gardens and sell single herbs in 4 – 6″ pots. Visit our on-line store for our current selection and availablity. We cannot ship to California, Hawaii or Alaska.

Alyssa Olson Callahan

5376 Peerless
Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

Burden Creek Dairy Valentine Farms
Johns Island, SC 29455
Phone 843-795-4210

Charleston Farmer’s Market
The Charleston Farmers Market is located in beautiful Marion Square, between King and Meeting and Calhoun Streets in the Center of historic downtown Charleston, SC. This perfect tranquil setting offers shady trees with plenty of room for strolling, family picnics and children to play. The market features an abundance of the freshest local produce, plants, herbs, cut flowers and a variety of live entertainment. The farmers market also offers a wonderful assortment of juried arts and crafts by some of the Lowcountry’s finest artisans. The ever-popular Charleston Farmers Market is produced by the City of Charleston’s Office of Cultural Affairs in cooperation with the Department of Parks and is dedicated to the support and advocacy of Lowcountry Farmers and Growers.


Marion Square King & Calhoun
Charleston, SC 29401

Open: from April-December every year at Marion Square in Downtown Charleston, Saturday, 8am-2pm

Harrison Chapman
(843) 724-7309

Mailing Address:
Office of Cultural Affairs, 75 Calhoun St, Suite 3800
Charleston, SC 29401

Dimare Johns Island Inc
Main Rd Johns Island
Grow: tomatoes

Earth Maiden
Earth Maiden is a family owned small cottage soapworks in Charleston, South Carolina. Our soaps are made from scratch using fruit, nut and plant oils, herbal infused teas and extracts and embedded with gently abrasive oats, herbs and plant materials, many of which we grow ourselves.
Mary Ernst, PO Box 13018 Charleston, SC 29422

Freeman Brothers Farm
PO Box 1569
Johns Island, SC 29457
(843) 768-2303
Contact: Arthur Freeman
Grow: mixed vegetables

Green Grocer
Celeste Albers
Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487
Phone 843-559-5095

Irvin House Vineyards
Open for tastings Thursday-Saturday from 10AM-5PM. Tastings start every half hour. A wine tastings includes all five wines & a wrapped glass for $2.50. Every Saturday we have a FREE TOUR @ 2pm. We offer private tours for parties 10 & up. This a great place to plan a date of a lowcountry picnic! Nestled in between the majestic live oaks on Charleston’s backporch of Wadmalaw Island, this 48 acre winery and vineyard has something for everyone. Irvin~House Vineyards is the only domestic winery in Charleston, SC. We grow the grapes, harvest them, make the wine, and bottle our wines on the property.
Irvin House Vineyards is also the producer of Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka.
Ann Irvin
Wadmalaw Island, SC

Phone 843-559-6867

Island Tomato Growers
PO Box 35
Johns Island, SC 29455
(843) 559-9105 or
(843) 559-3255
Contact: Adair McCoy

Johnson Farm
Thomas & Ruthie Johnson
Johns Island, SC 29455
Phone 843-452-3913

Joseph Fields Farm
Helen & Joseph Fields
Johns Island, SC 29455
Phone 843-729-9606

Kennerty Farms
Karen & Dan Kennerty
Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487

Phone 843-559-1179

Legare Farms
2620 Hanscombe Point Road
Office: (843) 559-0763
Nursery: (843) 559-0788

Fax: (843) 559-3524

growing/selling: jams, jellies, pickles, relish, chow chow, salad dressings, salsa, barbeque, steak sauce and grain-fed Hereford and Angus beef cuts. Full retail nursery and sod.
CSA available

Lowcountry Local First
We are Lowcountry Local First a chapter of BALLE (Business Alliance for Local Living Economies). We are a non profit organizations based out of Charleston that is working toward building a stronger more sustainable local economy in the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Our mission is to advocate the benefits of a local living economy by strengthening community support for independent locally owned businesses and farmers.

Jamee Haley,

Palmetto Point Farm
6212 Ranch Rd
Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487
(843) 559-4437

Rosebank Farms

4455 Betsy Kerrison Parkway on Johns Island,
just before the Kiawah/Seabrook traffic circle.

(843) 768-0508 or

grow: everything from asparagus to zucchini

Simmons Farm, Local Produce
Farmers and Growers
Frank Simmons
Johns Island, SC 29455
Phone 843-768-6765

Stono Farm Market
842 Main Road

Café, bakery, store front for Ambrose Family Farms so fresh produce is available year round. The shop also contains a bakery which sells Fresh Apple Pie, Peach Pie, Lemon Chess Pie, Blueberry Pie, Pecan Pie, Hummingbird Cake, Carrot Cake, Lemon Pound Cake, Strawberry Bread, Banana Nut Bread, Zucchini Bread, Apple Cinnamon Nut Bread, Apple Cobbler, Peach Cobbler, Chocolate Chip Cookies, Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, Peanut Butter Cookies, and Cheese Straws, just to name a few. There is also several take and bake options and bag lunches available. Local jams, jellies, chutneys, pickles, salsa and condiments on sale, as well as local shrimp from the Ambrose Family trawler.

Thackeray Farms
Shawn Thackeray
Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487
Phone 843-559-9058

Other farms in South Carolina:


Bud & Bloom Greenhouse

Donnie M. Daniel
mailing: 5916 Liberty Hwy.
Farm: 301 B Sanders Road
Pendleton, SC 29670
daytime phone: 864-932-6196
evening phone: 864-932-6196

Charleston Eucalyptus
Julian Smith
Charleston, SC 29413
Phone 843-224-1202


Edible Gardens
Edible Gardens provides experienced landscape design and consultation to restaurants, offices, and homes. We help customers develop aesthetically beautiful landscapes that are also functional – providing fresh, natural culinary herbs, fruits and vegetables. Edible Gardens also grows herbs and microgreens for local restaurants. Please contact us to find out more about our services and how we can help you.


1587 Holton Place
Charleston, SC 29407

Arnold Postell
843 343-1737

FARR Charleston , Orchids
Charleston, SC
Phone 843-824-6621

Maple Ridge Farms
Fritz Aichele
Canadys, SC 29433
Phone 843-538-3345

Molly and Me Pecans
Kay Holsebery
Holly Hill, SC 29059
Phone 843-814-9594

Mount Pleasant Farmer’s Market
The Mount Pleasant Farmer’s Market is the perfect place to buy fresh, locally grown produce while enjoying the afternoon with your loved ones. This family-friendly event has become a gathering place for locals. Plan to spend a couple of hours exploring our treasure trove of fruits, vegetables, flowers, preserves, dips, breads, pies, and numerous other delectable treats. Savor a fresh meal by one of our irresistible food vendors while enjoying live music. Also available for your assistance are the Clemson Extension Master Gardeners. These seasoned volunteers can help solve most gardening dilemmas. You’ll also find community information from the Town of Mount Pleasant and a kid’s corner with fun activities for your little ones.


645 Coleman Boulevard
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

Open:  April-October every year at Moultrie Middle School, Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant. Open Tuesdays from 3pm to dark.


Ashley McKenzie
Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 745
Mount Pleasant, SC 29465

Ocean View Farm, Local Produce
Farmers and Growers
Lee Burbage
Georgetown, SC 29440
Phone 843-318-6239

Ovis Hill Farms
Ovis Hill Farm is a family owned livestock farm located in Darlington County just west of Florence and convenient to I-20 and I-95.  Alice and Charlie Caldwell are currently shepherding about 500 sheep, grazing 50 dairy and beef cows as well as gathering eggs from a small flock of laying hens.  Many of the sheep are historic breeds representing some of the earliest livestock brought into our country.  The Caldwells sell pasture raised, grass fed lamb, beef, poultry, eggs, and dairy products as well as wool and yarn from their sheep.  All meat is USDA inspected, hormone and antibiotic free.
Along with educator, Nancy Tovar, Charlie conducts educational and enjoyable farm tours for schools and interested groups from the surrounding counties.  The Caldwells also hold an annual Fall Festival. The Farm Store is available to purchase a variety of locally grown or produced farm products, as well as arts and crafts by local artists.
Charlie Caldwell
1501 Weaver Street
Timmonsville, SC  29161
Office/Store:  843-346-3646
Cell:  843-992-9447


Owl’s Nest Plantation, Organic Local Produce
Farmers and Growers
David Howe
Cross, SC 29436
Phone 843-753-1857

River Run Farms, grass-fed beef , catfish filets
Farmers and Growers
L.Ray & Les Oliver
Vance, SC 29163
Phone 803-897-2580


Savory Market and Catering Company
Angie & Tracie Colyer
James Island, SC 294612
Phone 843-762-3338


Simply Bananas
Frank Fleming
Charleston, SC 29412
Phone 843-814-2770


Shuler Peach Company
Kenneth Shuler
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
Phone 803-759-0089


Tiverton Farms
Maria & Lou Denaro
Moncks Corner, SC 29461
Phone 843-899-3004

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