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Farm Market

What's Available when we open | Vegetables | Peaches | Flowers | Ice Cream & Desserts | Oil Paintings & Home Decor

Farm marketThank you for a great 2016 Season, we have closed for the year and hope to see you in 2017.

We have peaches, tomatoes, peas and butterbeans, cucumbers, squash zucchini and several varieties of peppers.We have added several new items to our gourmet section. We are open from 8:30 am til 6:00 pm daily Monday - Saturday and 1:00- 6:00 pm on Sunday.

To continue the family tradition, Howard, William's son, and other family members will operate the market.

In 2014 we added a frozen squash casserole to go with our peach cobbler. We have added several new items to our gourmet section of jams and jellies. Casseroles, cobblers and jam are made fresh daily with our peaches and vegetables.

Come visit us for some fresh fruits and vegetables and the best homemade peach ice cream.

We will have tree-ripened, sweet, free-stone peaches.

We have vine-ripened and green tomatoes. We have green and red peppers, jalapeno peppers, eggplant, Vidalia onions, zucchini.

We are located one mile north of Montezuma on GA Highway 49 North. See our Contact Us page for maps, and call 478/472-8767, or e-mail us for more information.

Business Hours:

Monday-Wednesday 8:30am-6:00pm

Thursday-Saturday 8:30 am-6:00 pm

Sunday 1:00pm-6:00pm

credit cardsWe accept personal checks, debit cards, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.

Peaches: We open for the summer when our first variety of peaches get ripe, usually between June 15th-20th and remain open daily until our last variety is finished, usually mid-late August. We grow several varieties of peaches beginning with the semi-freestones in mid-June, and progress quickly into freestones toward the end of the month. Freestones continue then until the last variety is picked in August. We specialize in Elberta peaches and "Elberta type" peaches. We have several especially good varieties that precede our Elbertas. Elbertas usually ripen between July 15th and 20th and continue for 2 – 2 ½ weeks, depending on weather conditions. We anticipate a good crop this year.

inside the Farm MarketVegetables: We pick our vegetables fresh daily and have them for sale every day. Some of the vegetables we grow on our farm and have available are tomatoes (red and green), okra, squash, (yellow and zucchini), green beans, eggplant, bell peppers), cucumbers. Please call or e-mail for Wholesale information.

Some of the best watermelons and cantaloupe grown in our area, can be found at the market. Several varieties of peas and butterbeans are for sale daily. They are offered for sale shelled only, and are packaged in eight pound and one pound bags. An eight pound bag of shelled peas is considered to be equivalent to one bushel of unshelled peas or butterbeans. Some of the varieties of peas we usually have for sale are blackeyes, pinkeyes, zippers, cream 40, cream 12, cream 8, sa'dandy, white acre, ladyfingers (varieties available daily may vary). Vidalia onions are available at the market until late July and are grown by one of the best growers in the Vidalia area.

Gourmet Foods: The "Farmer Brown" private label appears on our gourmet food items. Included in this line is a vast assortment of jams, jellies, preserves, pickles, relishes, sauces, and salad dressings as well as other specialty items. They are attractively packaged and make nice gifts or gift baskets. We also offer a nice assortment of candies, peanut and pecan candies, and snacks. Stone-ground meal and cane syrup made by the Roland family in south Georgia is included in our gourmet food line. Our Gallberry honey is some of Georgia's finest, and comes from the south Georgia area.

pie and ice creamHomemade Ice Cream and Desserts: The best homemade ice cream can be found at our farm market. We make it daily with lots of fresh peaches straight from the farm. It's real ice cream, not soft serve, and is loaded with our very best peaches. We go the 'last mile' when making our ice cream. We only use the best ingredients and don't spare the peaches, an important step in producing our superb ice cream. Sorry, it's not low-cal, but we do offer an alternative with our peach sherbet, which is low fat. For our customers with sugar restrictive diets, we make sugar-free peach ice cream with sugar substitutes. We want all of our customers to enjoy the best ice cream available when they come to our farm market. Our 'now famous' peach blossom, as well as our peach pie topped with ice cream, is made fresh every day in our farm market kitchen. We sell hand-squeezed lemonade and peach slushies, made with our own special recipe. We have frozen family-size peach cobbler and squash casserole for you to take home and bake.

friendly folks at the farm marketSpecial Touches for Your Home: We have everything you would expect from a certified farm market, plus a lot of things that make us unique, including gourd birdhouses, oil paintings, seasonal wreaths, and much more.

Our oil paintings come in a variety of sizes and feature still life, landscapes, florals, rabbits, etc., and the best part is, they are hugely discounted. We specialize in unique birdhouses, most of which are handmade and hand painted. Many of our birdhouses are gourds that have attractive farm scenes painted on them and they are completely functional. We have another that has been carved out of an actual log. We have houses that you won't find anywhere else. You can also find an attractive wreath for your front door at our farm market; they too are reasonably priced. We have a wonderful selection of cookbooks mostly compiled by church groups and individuals.

Zinnias & Sunflowers: We sell zinnias for 10 cents/stem and sunflowers for 50 cents/stem. At that price, you can have flowers in every room of your home! Don’t forget your camera, a beautiful photo opportunity awaits you in the zinnia and sunflower field.

A Unique Experience: We offer our customers something different. Come to our market and sit on old church pews, eat peach ice cream and watch the tractors and wagons bringing the peaches fresh out of the orchard. While you are there, walk pass the shed where the peach wagons are parked to our 'you-pick' zinnia and sunflower field. Be sure to bring your clippers and a bucket to carry home your beautiful bouquet.

Our business is based on the Golden Rule. We strive every day to treat our customers the way we want to be treated. We try to only sell products at our farm market we would want in our home. We stand behind everything we sell, and we offer a quality product at a good price.