U-Pick Farms in the Lowcountry - A variety of produce and flowers

Welcome to the lush bounty of the Lowcountry’s U-Pick farms, where freshness thrives and experiences flourish! Dive into a world where plump strawberries burst with flavor and bright flowers bring a smile to your day. These farms offer more than just flowers and produce; they offer a journey—a chance to reconnect with the land, taste the sweetness of locally-grown treasures, and support our community’s heartbeat. So, grab a basket, roll up your sleeves, and savor the joy of picking your own flowers, fruits and vegetables straight from the source.

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yellow Daffodils  in the garden

U Pick Daffodils

48 Calhoun Plantation Road, Okatie

(843) 368-1998

Check their Facebook page and website for updates.

Check out the blossoms in early spring at the U Pick Daffodils farm. Locally and family-owned for generations, the U Pick Daffolids farm offers pick-your-own daffodils and pre-selected bundles. It is an annual attraction for all ages! Follow their Facebook page to stay informed about their daily schedule during the months of February and March. For the best selection, arrive early! Cash, checks and cards are accepted.


Dempsey Farms Produce that you can pick

Dempsey Farms

1576 Sea Island Pkwy, St. Helena Island

(843) 838-3656

Check out their Facebook page for updates.

Discover the fun at Dempsey Farms U-Pick, a family-owned farm where you can enjoy picking your own berries and seasonal vegetables. Open all year round! Stop by to see what seasonal items are ripe for the picking! Check their Facebook page for up-to-date harvesting hours. Cash and checks are accepted.


Woman hands holding fresh strawberries an organic strawberry farm in the morning.

Barefoot Farms

939 Sea Island Pkwy, St. Helena

(843) 838 -7421

Check out their Facebook page for updates.

Enjoy a berry-licious U-pick experience at Barefoot Farms, renowned for its strawberry fields and its barefoot owner, John “Jacky” Frazier. In addition to strawberries, guests can hand-pick a variety of produce, including melons and the South Carolina state vegetable, collards. Visit their website to stay informed on the hours of operation. Cash, Cards, and EBT are accepted.


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