PICK YOUR OWN
FROM JULY TO LATE SEPTEMBER
A family experience we have made a tradition. We welcome you to experience our farm first-hand with our Pick Your Own experience. It is as simple and fun as the name implies. From the most varieties of mums grown on one location in Illinois to our vertical hydroponic strawberries. Hand-select what you bring home while making memories and enjoying a one-of-a-kind AG-venture.
**f you are interested in PYO strawberries, please visit our strawberry page for more details.**
PYO Hours from July to the First Sunday of October
Sunday: Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Friday: Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m
PYO Crops - Pending Growing Season Conditions
Strawberries: Early July - Early October (Saturdays a.m. ONLY)
Visit our strawberry page for more details.
Zinnias: Early July - Early September
Visit our cut flowers page for more details.
Fall Garden Mums: Early September - Early October
Visit our fall mum page for more details.
*Other crops that we grow may be available for PYO during your visit to the farm. Please contact us prior to your visit to check availability of vegetable crops. A list of different crops that we grow can be located on our crop calendar.*
We accept cash, local checks, and Visa, Mastercard, & Discover.
Enjoy a trip to the country, the fresh air and the quiet! Children can learn firsthand how plants grow and what fresh produce tastes like! You not only get to pick out your very own produce or plants, but you can save money by picking your own.
Know Before You Arrive
Once you arrive, please check in with someone at our farm for picking instructions.
We will provide you containers to pick with and for taking home.
Hand washing and sanitizing is required before picking strawberries.
It is your own responsibility for personal protective measures such as wearing a face mask, gloves, etc.
You should not be on our farm property if you feel ill, are showing signs of illness or have tested positive for COVID-19 (or had close contact with someone who has tested positive) within 30 days prior to your visit.
Dress for the weather. Wear light-colored, cool, loose fitting, cotton clothes on hot days.
Closed-toe shoes are recommended.
Wear and bring with you sunscreen, a hat or visor and sunglasses.
Bring plenty of bottled water to drink.
Bring a small cooler with ice pack if it is a very hot day or if you have more than a 30 minute drive home.
A picnic area, porta potty, hand washing & sanitizer stations are onsite.
Be the first to know what crops are available when subscribing to our email newsletter.