Strawberry Season is in Full Swing in Henderson County!

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Get Your Local Henderson County Strawberries!

Strawberries in a U-pick basketHenderson County growers started picking ‘Ruby June’ strawberries over a week ago and this week ‘Chandler’ berries are really starting to come in. Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in the spring and nothing compares to a field ripe berry picked fresh from the farm. June-bearing strawberry season only last about 6 weeks and it is your one chance to buy freshly picked strawberries packed with sugar and flavor. Once strawberries are picked they stop ripening so often times store-bought berries that have been transported long distances lack that sweet strawberry flavor we crave. You too can find that ripe strawberry flavor we all long for locally at the following farms.

Johnson Family Farms Pre-picked at Farm Store (Open Tues-Fri 10-5; Sat 10-3): 1202 Kanuga Rd., Hendersonville (828) 450-9859



McConnell Farms Pre-picked at Farm Store (Open 9-5): 177 Old Dana Road in Hendersonville (828) 692-2819 Facebook
North River Farms Pre-picked or U-Pick (Call Farm First to order or arrange a visit): 3333 North Mills River Rd, Mills River (828) 890-5316



Obermiller’s Strawberry Farm U-Pick (See facebook page for open dates and times): 621 Allstar Ln, Hendersonville (828) 891-8841 Facebook
Pressley Farms Pre-picked or U-Pick (Message through facebook, instagram or email): Edneyville

(828) 674-5080

The Garden of Griffin Pre-picked at Farm Store Honor System (Open 9-7): 661 Etowah School Road, Hendersonville or purchase at Etowah Lions Farmers Market or Hendersonville Farmers Market (828) 708-8451



Local Farmers Markets are also a Great Place to Purchase Fresh Fruit

Henderson County Tailgate Market Saturdays (April 9-Oct 29) 8 a.m.-noon Facebook
Mills River Farmers Market Saturdays (May 7-Oct 29) 8 a.m.-noon Facebook
Hendersonville Farmers Market Saturdays (May 7-Oct 29) 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Website
Etowah Lions Club Farmers Market Wednesday (May 4-Oct 26) 3-6 p.m. Facebook
Flat Rock Farmers Market Thursday (April 28-Oct 27) 3-6 p.m. Website

Best Strawberry Recipes in NC provided by the NC Strawberry Association

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