Pick your heart out this spring at these forever fields in and around Houston!
Jollisant is a pesticide and chemical-free farm located in Plantersville. Presently, visitors can pick from a bounty of strawberries, blackberries, flowers, onions, and cantaloupes ($6 a pound). Picking season occurs from February through June. The farm is open daily from Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm, Sunday from 1 pm to 5 pm. 11351 County Rd 203, Plantersville, TX 77363.
Open year-round for blackberry, strawberry, and citrus fruit-picking, depending on the season, Froberg is far-and-away most famous for its strawberries. Their Strawberry Festival is currently on-going. On Saturdays and Sundays until April 24, visitors can pick strawberries by the pound ($3.25), or by the bucket ($1.50). Other attractions for the Strawberry Festival include a Bee Coaster, Apple Blaster, Paintball Gallery, snack bar, bakery, and more. 3601 Hwy 6, Alvin, TX 77511.
Located in Spring, Atkinson Farm is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm Monday through Saturday, and from 10 am to 2 pm on Sundays. From now until May, visitors can pick their own strawberries or purchase the loot in their store. Come summertime, the farm yields an assortment of blackberries, watermelon, and cantaloupe. 3217 Spring Cypress Rd, Spring, TX 77388.
From now until May, you can pick your own blueberries and strawberries this season at Blessington Farms while learning about the inner workings of the farm’s interesting Hydro-Stacker Vertical Hydroponic Growing System. The strawberries run out fast, so be sure to start early (at 10 am) as they often run out by noon! Additionally, the farm features plenty of attractions for the whole family if you want to stick around and make a day of it! 510 Chisolm Trail, Wallis, TX 77485.
Planted in Grangerland, just outside Houston city limits, Blakelock’s Berries is a 15-acre, pesticide-free, family farm. In mid-May, the farm opens its harvest up to the public when in which visitors can pick their own blackberries and blueberries. 15501-15735 FM 3083, Conroe, TX 77302.
6. P-6 Farms
Home to the beloved annual pumpkin patch, not to mention sunflower fields, skies filled with butterflies, blackberries, and all sorts of attractions for the kiddos, P-6 Farms is open for berry picking on April 9, 10, 16, and 17 from 10 am to 5 pm. 9963 Pooles Rd, Montgomery, TX 77356.
Opening in late May, Chmielewski Farm is a pick-your-own farm in Hockley that allows you to fill your bucket to the brim with plump, ripe blueberries. The farm highly recommends checking their Facebook page before visiting due to possible unfavorable weather conditions. Blueberries bounties are priced at $5 a pound, $1 entrance fee. 23810 Bauer Hockley Rd, Hockley, TX 77447.
You-pick-it fruits and vegetables at Berryland Farms of Texas runs from mid May to mid July. Here, visitors can take their pick of blueberries, blackberries, tomatoes and other vegetables, before picnicking in the shade. 2877 FM 1941 Rd. Winnie, Texas, 77665.
Slated to re-open this May, Moorhead’s Blueberry Farm is a no-frills farm that regularly harvests a bounty of Tifblue, Premier, Brightwell, Climax, Garden Blue, Becky Blue, Alice Blue and Sharp Blue blueberries. Once open, the farm invites the public to pick every day of the week unless the event of severe weather. The farm encourages visitors to visit their socials to find out when it officially opens for the season. 19531 Moorhead Road, Conroe, TX 77302.
Populated with goats, Border Collies, and all the pretty horses, Thomas Family Ranch is a family-oriented farm in Sealy, Texas. From mid May to mid June, visitors can come by and pick the loot of blackberries for only $3 a pound. 12753 Hahn Rd, Sealy, TX, 77474.