Ambrose Family Farm

Ambrose Family Farm, family owned and operated, offers You-Pick crops in the spring beginning with strawberries and asparagus in mid to late March into early June.

Ambrose Family Farm also operates a 650 member CSA, Spring and Fall Seasons, April through mid-July and October through mid-December. CSA Members have the option of purchasing 4 share sizes, Extra Large(family of 8 or enough to can/freeze), Large(family of 4 to 6), Medium(family of 2 to 4 or serious vegeterians), and Small(1 person).

Listing last updated on Oct 25, 2008

The Ambrose Family also owns and operates one of the olders farmer's markets in the area, Stono Market, 842 Main Road. Open year 'round, Mon-Fri 9am to 6pm & Sat, 9am to 5pm offering a full line of produce grown on Ambrose Family Farm and other local farms as well as items grown in many other areas, we also serve a great lunch at our Tomato Shed Cafe, serving lunch M-Sat, 11am to 2:30pm. To enjoy all the produce grown on Ambrose Family Farm, visit us at the Stono Market, 843-559-9999



Season:  March through December

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  650

Full Share:  Xlarge-$450, Large $375, Med $250, Single $160

Work Req?  No


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Schedule and Location:

Stono Market
842 Main Road
Johns Island, SC 29455
Mon-Friday, 9am to 6pm
Sat. 9am to 5pm

Schedule and Location:

Late March to mid-June Mon-Sat 9am to 5pm, Sun. 11am to 5pm Ambrose Family Farm, Black Pond Road off Selkirk Plantation Road, Wadmalaw Island, SC 29487 843-559-0988

Schedule and Location:

On Farm Stand- mid-March and during all growing and CSA seasons

Stono Market, 842 Main Road, Johns Island, SC 29455



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Weâ??re participating in the Spring/summer 2012 season and I thought Iâ??d write down a few things, as I had a difficult time finding information on this CSA when I was first considering a subscription â?? and itâ??s a big chunk of change to spend all in one go, without really knowing what youâ??re going to get!

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