Grown in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, and Desoto counties.
16015 Winburn Dr
Brown's Grove offers high quality citrus at the best price. Our fruit is tree-ripened, never picked early or chemically de-greened.
Where to find: At the Sarasota Farmers Market, Parrish Farm Market, and the Phillippi Farmhouse Market.
11608 Upper Manatee River Rd
Eden Farm is a hydroponic strawberry and field-grown fruit and vegetable farm. Most produce is grown on location: broccoli, cauliflower, red cabbage, collards, kale, swiss chard, romaine, oakleaf and bibb lettuces, five varieties of peppers, four varieties of tomatoes.
Where to find: Open Tues-Sun, 7:30am-6pm.
English Lake Farm
7288 SW Lime Dr
U-pick peaches, blueberries, persimmons, citrus, and avocados.
Where to find: Call for directions and to check availability.
7410 Fruitville Rd
A farm-fresh family market that brings you a wide variety of fresh produce. Our citrus grove is non-certified organic. We grow many non-certified organic vegetables at our farm, including cucumbers, bell peppers, okra, strawberries, and many more.
Where to find: Open Mon-Sat, 9:00am-6:00pm and Sun, 10:00am-4:00pm in season. Also at the Lakewood Ranch Farmers' Market.
8276 Ibis St
All of our produce is grown in Sarasota County. We grow a variety of items, but we are well known for our strawberries.We implement many organic practices on our farm.
Where to find: At the Sarasota Farmer's Market and the Phillippi Farmhouse Market. We will also open our fields for “u-pick” mid-Feb through March.
7308 Verna Bethany Rd
U-pick farm with 150,000 hydroponic plants including strawberries, blueberries, cabbage, corn, and much much more.
Where to find: Open Tues-Sat, 10am-5pm and Sun, 11am-5pm.
Jones Potato Farm
PO Box 189
Proud producers of potatoes, beans, citrus, and cattle.
King Family Farm and Market
4630 60th St E
We grow our fruit and vegetables locally, right here on the farm. Our focus is on sustainable farming and includes organic practices.
Where to find: Open Tues-Sat, 9:00am-6:00pm during season.
Mixon Fruit Farms
2525 27th Street E
Mixon Fruit Farms has been growing and shipping Florida oranges and grapefruits since 1939.
Where to find: Open Mon-Sat, 10:00am to 3:00pm. You can also order online.
Mr. Citrus Organics and Vegetables
1548 SW Addison Ave
The 17-acre farm has a large garden of mixed vegetables with three acres of citrus grove. The production area rotates crops from year to year. Sometimes black eyed peas, then green bush beans with other southern row crops are grown during the planting season.
7614 Linden Ln
Peter Burkard is the only vendor who has been selling at the Downtown Farmer's Market since it began in March of 1979. All of the produce Peter carries is either grown by himself or other local organic growers.
Where to find: At the Sarasota Farmer's Market.
111 S Albee Farm Rd
In 2008, we celebrated 60 years of sweet citrus. We offer the finest sun-ripened oranges, juicy grove-fresh grapefruit, fun holiday selections, plus our signature favorites including Honeybells and the Tremendous Trio.
Where to find: Open Mon-Sat, 8am-5pm.
O'Brien Family Farms
16505 SR 64
O’Brien Family Farms row crops include yellow squash, Florida sweet onions, golden zucchini, zucchini, melons, cucumbers, sunflowers, eggplant, tomatoes and specialty peppers such as cubanelles, poblanos, jalapenos, banana peppers, and more. We also have ½ acre of hydroponically-grown fruits and vegetables that are available for u-pick.
Where to find: Open Wed-Fri, 10:00am-5:00pm, Sat, 9:00am-4:00pm, and Sun, 10:00am-3:00pm.
10507 Fruitville Rd
Eggs (chicken, duck, geese), berries and more. We only sell what we grow.
Where to find: Call or come by the farm to find out current produce availability.
4715 Lorraine Rd
SMR Farms produces Brangus and hybrid cattle, and citrus for both the juice and fresh-fruit markets.
34900 Bermont Rd
Worden Farm is 85-acre certified organic family farm in Southwest Florida. The farm produces over 50 different varieties of certified organic vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers, without conventional pesticides or synthetic fertilizers.
Where to find: The farm's organic produce is available directly to the local community Fall-Spring at farmers' markets and through a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.