Reviews for: Jordan Farms
Love this farm for STRAWBERRIES
By: Tanya (Apr 21, 2013)
The owners are very nice and easy to talk to.. very good prices for organic strawberries. Huge field with many varieties of strawberries. Great place to bring your kids and learn were your food comes from (they are ok with you trying a few berries to make sure you like the variety!)! Their next door neighbor is family and he has blueberries that are in the process of becoming certified organic. They were delicious as well! We visit multiple times every year during the season.
it's strawberry season
By: jenny sherman (Mar 20, 2012)
Jordan Farms is a small family owned farm specializing in organic produce. Right now (it's mid-March) it's strawberry season here in Florida. Now that the commercial season is over, it's time for U-PICK. I took my daughter today to go strawberry picking for her first time. She's almost 5 and had a blast. There were many fresh, ripe and tasty strawberries to pick! We were even encouraged to have a few while we pick. Since this is an organic farm, I was happy to oblige, as was my daughter. There's also a small side garden and we got a few kale leaves and some chard and daikon... that was a nice surprise. Miss Cherie is super nice and so proud of her family's farm - her family has owned the land for nearly 100 years- if I remember the story correctly. We're glad they are there, and will be back again to see what's been planted next!!
*make sure to bring water and wear sunblock, and I believe they are a cash only location... well worth the drive! ;)
Now organic blueberries, too!!
By: Sandy (Apr 29, 2011)
$15 for 4 lbs! Certified organic! OMG :D
By: Teri McIntyre (Apr 29, 2009)
...friendly folks, absolutely delicious produce, nice county setting, even friendly horses to pet. Did I mention the produce?!
Great produce, really nice folks!
By: Sandy (Feb 5, 2009)
Last week I ran out to the farm to pick up some rain-damaged strawberries (great for eating/freezing but might not last long enough for the market) & got treated to a nice tour & a chance to pick up some produce before the farm stand opens in spring. Got an enormous gorgeous red curly leaf lettuce & red romaine. Also got to pick some sweet-off-the-vine English peas--WOW, they're so much better than the frozen-in-the-bag kind! Who knew?? Speaking of sweet, Jordan Farms has just about the most amazingly sweet strawberries I have ever had the joy of eating. We almost couldn't STOP eating the "rain-damaged" ones we got. It's as if they were drizzled in honey!
Shows why "the old ways" are still the best!