U-PICK ORGANIC GARDEN

Hours: Thursday – Sunday 7:30-2

What’s inĀ The Garden?

We are excited to Re-Open the UPICK garden. Bailey and her team and been working hard, and continuing to grow quality food. And every Saturday morning, you can purchase our delicious veggies at the Mesa Farmers Market at Pioneer Park. If you would like to pre-order your veggies for the market, please place your order HERE.

The UPICK Garden will be open for normal business hours beginning November 5th.
Thursdays through Sundays from 9am to 3pm

The UPICK Garden always has something ready to pick. Ā Prices will vary with produce, but you can expect naturally grown vegetables, all pesticide free. The quality is the the best that you can buy.

NOW OPEN!
Thursdays (Festival admission) Garden center and veggies 10am to 9pm Fridays and Saturdays 10am to 9:30pm Sundays 10am to 8:30pm
We will go back to our Regular Farm and UPICK Garden Opening beginning November 5th. There is no admission into the farmĀ 
Hours for UPICK is 9am to 3pm
Hours for the farm is 9am to 4pm

Vegetables

  • squash (although it’s going quickly)
  • Baby turnips (salad turnips) so good!
  • Peppers
  • Radishes
  • Eggplant
  • green onions
  • arugula
  • romaine
  • red leaf lettuce
  • spring mix
  • Lavender
  • Dill
  • Basil
  • Purple Basil
  • Rosemary
  • Parsley

Garden Classes

Spend an hour in the morning working with the farmer. You will be joining in in whatever they have on the schedule. It can be propagating, planting, rototilling, shaping the beds and even weeding. etc.Ā  Spend any where from 15 minutes to an jhour leaving what they do to keep your food growing. All work in the garden is done naturally and with no chemicals. There will be a lot of hand labor. Space is limited, so reserve your spot and purchase your tickets below. (Under the ticket description, each class will be detailed.)

Foraging with the Farmer & Garden Lunch

It’s outdoors, it’s natural, you will get to pick directly from the garden and prepare your lunch from what you picked. Each class is spent with farmer Carrie Schnepf. This is all about growing and knowing what you can eat. You will wander the beautiful garden for 30 minutes learning about vegetables, see what they look like and then for the next hour, prepping what you picked for lunch. We will then enjoy that delicious lunchĀ  down an intimate table in the garden.

HOW ITĀ WORKS

Make a reservation HERE

  • Enter the farm off Rittenhouse and park
  • Meet Carrie just outside the bakery
  • Enjoy and have fun!

Queen Creek

Thursday 86°FFriday 85°FSaturday 83°FSunday 80°FMonday 65°FTuesday 58°FWednesday 63°F

ASK THEĀ GARDENER

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As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to unfold in Arizona and around the world, Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order urging Arizonans to stay at home.  Although the farm is considered an essential business and can remain open, we will be making a few changes for everyone's health and safety