Pick-Your-Own Farms

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Apple Country Orchards —Open daily: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (Sunday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm) | July through October

Barsana Orchards —Just outside of Austin | Peaches June-August | Persimmons in October

Bastrop Gardens Organic Garden Center —Winter hours are Wednesday to Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. | Visit us at bastropgardens.com or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Baxter's Blueberry Farm —Open June 1 until the end of blueberry season in Livingston; call (936) 685-7927 for directions and hours of operation.

Blackberries of Houston —Open 7:30am to noon starting mid-May | Call (281) 373-5357 before visiting and for information.

Blueberry Crossing —Open 8am-5pm in Timpson. Blackberries, blueberries, figs, Muscadine grapes. (936) 254-3417

The Blueberry Farm - Quitman, TX | Blueberries late May to early July 

Blueberry Hill Farms —Edom, TX | Open 7am-7pm starting June 10th | Blueberries.

Bluebonnet Berries —Open 8am-7pm Monday to Saturday in Trinity from late-May to mid-July. Blackberries, blueberries. (936) 594-6473 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for directions.

Boggy Creek Farm —Located in East Austin | Organic strawberries around April 1 | Call (512) 926-4650 for information.

Chickamaw Farm —Open 7am until dark in McDade. Blackberries and blueberries beginning in June | Call (512) 567-3456 before visiting.

Childress Farm —Located in Cross Plains | Peaches and blackberries | Call (254) 725-4321 for information

Chmielewski's Blueberry Farm —Located in Hockley | Call (281) 304-0554 for information | 7 varieties of blueberries | May - early July

East Texas Peach & Berry Farm —Open 8am-6pm just outside of Pittsburg, TX. Peaches | June to early July | (903) 856-3779

E&B Orchards —Open 8am-6pm Wednesday to Sunday in Hempstead | Mid May to mid July | Peaches, nectarines, blackberries.

Gallaghers Apple Orchard —Open 8am until dark in Lubbock | Apples, Nectarines, Peaches, Grapes | (806) 543-7906 or (806) 763-0096

The Greer Farm - Daingerfield, TX | June & July | Open 7:30 am to 7:00pm every day | Blueberries and blackberries | (903) 645-3232

Hamilton Berry Farm —Open 7am to 5pm, Monday-Saturday, in Livingston | Blueberries | (936) 563-4910

Hill Country Lavender —Blanco, TX | Open 10am-4pm beginning in mid May | Organic lavender

Jackson Fruit Farms —Open 8am-5pm in Livingston | Blackberries, mayhaw | (936) 685-4658

Johnson's Backyard Garden —Austin | You-pick days available to CSA members only | Variety of organic seasonal vegetables

Kingsbury's Blueberries —Located in Caldwell | Call (979) 567-9138 for hours of operation | Blueberries

Marburger Orchard — Fredericksburg | Opens late February to early March | Peaches, Strawberries, Blackberries

Markley Family Farm New Braunfels, TX | Strawberries and produce | (830) 629-4877 

Matt Family Orchard —Open 9am-2pm in Tomball | Blackberries, pears, figs, jujube (Asian dates), Asian persimmons (Shizi), and other fruit

M & J Lavender Farm— Johnson City | Lavender beginning in March 

Oakview Orchard  Cleveland, TX | Wednesday & Thursday 7 am-1 pm and Friday-Sunday 7 am-5 pm. | Blueberries starting in May | (936) 767-4011

Red River Peach Orchard —Gainesville, TX | Peaches mid to late June | Thursday - Saturday 8 am-1 pm

Sweet Berry Farm —Marble Falls, TX | Open 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (every day except Tuesday) and Sundays 1 pm-5 pm | Strawberries, blackberries, tomatoes, potatoes.

Thomas Family Berries —Located in Sealy, TX | Blackberries.

Tucker's Farm —Wichita Falls | Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Peaches (June to August) and pecans (November to January) | (940) 544-2455

Walls Family Farm — Terrell, TX | Open 9am - 5pm | Blackberries, pecans, christmas trees.

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