Growing Season Has Ended
Here at Hope Fruit and Berry Farm our season of fresh fruit and berries has ended. It has been a good year even with the cold spring freezing some of peaches. Thanks to each of you, and to Holy God we are most thankful. We are very grateful that God sent you our way this year. You were not only a customer but became our friend. This is true of you folks who came to the farm to buy what we had picked or to pick for yourself. And in being grateful we dare not leave out any and all who visited us at the Mississippi Farmers Market in Jackson and Livingston Farmers Market in Madison. You were a joy to meet. We could leave the market each day knowing we had a new friend.
We plan to be at a few local markets with jam, pickles, sauces, and bread as we approach the Thanksgiving and Christmas season. As always, you can keep in touch with us through our website calendar or through Facebook. And we are available as always by phone.
Pointers for Farm Visitors
We want you to enjoy your experience at the farm. It does get warm working in the sun, so be sure to bring sunscreen and a hat. We do have cold water and a restroom available. Always feel free to pack a snack or a picnic lunch. We will provide buckets for you to use as you gather fresh berries. If you want to bring containers to haul your fruit home, you are welcome to do so. To make the experience enjoyable for other U-
In SeasonOur growing season typically lasts from late May to middle September.
HoursWe are open Monday through Saturday during daylight hours. We are closed each Sunday for worship and rest.
Hope Fruit & Berry Farm
362 SCR 142
Morton, MS 39117
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