Shari's Berries & Garden LLC

Hiram, Ohio
Family Farm

Shari's Berries & Garden LLC

Growing fruit, flowers and plants since 1996. Fresh picked blackberries and red raspberries in season. Homemade jams, available yearround, made with our own berries and fruit from area farms. Fresh cut flowers May - Oct. sold wholesale to area florists and retail through farmers markets. Brides can purchase flowers by the bucket! Potted perennials and ornamental shrubs sold from the farm and at area farmer's markets. Spring Sale Days Saturdays in May 10A- 4P. Open Saturdays in April and May 10a-4p, otherwise open by chance or appointment. Look for us at area farmers markets-Haymaker's Farm Market in Kent on Saturdays 9AM-1PM. Check out the website for other farmers' markets and events. Available to host your garden club and other groups. Call for more information.

Listing last updated on Jan 30, 2012

At Shari's Berries & Garden LLC, you can walk through the beautiful cut flower gardens and see most all of the potted perennials and shrubs grown in the gardens. This gives the customer some idea of the size, form and use of these plants as well as see what other plants they can be combined with. Garden plants sold in grouping too, for yearround color! Pre-picked or PYO berries by appt. starts in July. Call or email to get on our berry call list for red rasp. and blackberries. See you then!

Schedule and Location:

Saturdays in Kent at Haymakers Farmers Market from 9A - 1P, June - October

Schedule and Location:

Pick your own by appointment
Black berries and red raspberries

Schedule and Location:

12210 Abbott Road
Hiram, OH
Open by chance or by appointment from April-Oct.
Spring Sale Days Saturdays in May 10A - 4PM

Look for us at area farmers' markets

Cut flowers sold to area florists and floral wholesalers.
Delivery available weekly in NE Ohio area if minimum order met.
Call for prices and availability.

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