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Customer Reviews

90 Ratings

It was great! They were very friendly and let us pick at our own pace. We found great veggies, even late in the season and my four-year-old loved the experience. Also picked up a half-bushel of ripe apples for $8 and am making applesauce today. I think it's a great concept and a super experience for kids. Highly recommend!
Becca D. · October 10, 2012
The veggies were so fresh and delicious. It was a super value for how much we got with our Groupon The kids had fun picking and it was great experience for them to see how and where produce grows.
Jennifer W. · September 30, 2012
Best tomatoes I've had in a really long time. Totally enjoyed driving through and picking my own food right off the plants. Wish I would have known about this place earlier in the year. Will definitely be back.
Jon F. · September 30, 2012

What You'll Get


An apple a day keeps the doctor away, giving you ample time to rifle through his office for hidden lollipops. Savor the sweet flavors of nature's candy with this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Pick-Your-Own Produce and a Bag of Popcorn (a $21.99 Total Value)

Enjoy a hot bag of popcorn ($1.99 value included in today's Groupon) while wandering the pick-your-own produce patches. The Farm hosts acres of tomatoes ($1.49/lb), yellow squash ($1.49/lb), and trawberries ($12/gallon). Crops vary throughout the year, but one can expect to find a large variety of lettuce, corn, and seasonal fruit.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Sep 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid for "you-pick" produce only. Not valid for canned items. Prices subject to change based on market values. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Farm Asheville


Mark and Sharon Searcy were raised on the same soil as the crops that they grow on it today. In addition to the experience they've accumulated as lifelong residents of Henderson County, they've both taken long-term excursions to Haiti and Honduras, learning the polycultural techniques they employ on their own farm today. These techniques emphasize a minimal touch of pesticides on plants and have earned them certification by the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project.

Under the watch of the Blue Ridge Mountains, fertile fields of kale, heirloom tomatoes, rare varieties of beans, and squash sprawl over acres of land. Stalks of sweet corn sway gently in the breeze, which passes through rustling leaves of apple and peach trees before rifling the fur of the requisite well-diving collie. The Farm sells the fruits of their harvests in their roadside market May–October, and also hosts pick-your-own sessions throughout the year. In their Country Store, patrons can browse through bags of popping corn, jars of homemade jellies and salsas, and blistering hot habanero peppers.

By purchasing this deal you'll unlock points which can be spent on discounts and rewards. Every 5,000 points can be redeemed for $5 Off your next purchase.