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General Farm Information
No smoking or pets allowed on the farm.
Please, remember that this is a working farm and we try to make your visit as safe as possible. Please, be aware of your surroundings and keep a close watch on your children. There are many opportunities for kids to learn about raising food, flowers, and animals, so take your time and let them explore. For your safety, please, go only in the common farm areas and avoid the places where machinery and other equipment are stored.
A few suggestions to make your visit more enjoyable:
Wear sun protection such as a hat and or sunscreen.
You may want to use bug spray. As we were told when we first move to the Mountain, "There isn't a single tick or chigger on the mountain. They're all happily married and have multitudes of children."
Wear closed toe shoes. The walkways are mowed but you never know when a stray weed may try to poke you.
Drink plenty of water. If you forget it we have bottled water available to purchase. (Proceeds donated to the Roland Crisis Closet)
If you begin to feel too hot, please take a break and join us in the shade of the big trees.
Please, be aware that you may encounter stinging insects. If you are allergic, be extra cautious and bring an epi-pin or other medication.
Wye Mountain Flowers
Growing Season May through November (dependant on the weather)
We began bringing gorgeous zinnias, sunflowers, lilies, and mixed bouquets to Little Rock's River Market in 1998. Today our flowers are sold at 2 farmer's markets, Catering to You, and here at the farm. Beautiful flowers are available fresh picked at the farm when the berry field is open. When you purchase sunflowers at your local florist they may have been grown right here on Wye Mountain.
Wye Mountain Berries
We're now closed for the season.
Thank you to everyone who came out to pick and made this a super season.
We plan on opening the 2020 season around the Memorial Day weekend.
Be sure to call 501-330-1906 for picking updates.
Keep watch at Facebook.com/wyemountain for upcoming events.
2020 Prices: Blueberries - $__ per level gallon bucket
Blackberries - $__ per level gallon bucket
We accept cash and all major credit cards.
The first and last couple weeks of the season we may have to close from time to time to allow the berries to ripen. Call the above number for updates.
The berries are sold by the level bucket. We furnish the buckets with plastic liners for your convienence which can also be purchased to take home with you and be reused.