Hours: Thursday – Sunday 7:30-2

What’s in The Garden?

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues in Arizona and around the world. Businesses are slowly beginning to re-open  in hopes of creating some sort of normalcy. Currently the UPICK GARDEN IS CLOSED  AS WE PREPARE FOR THE FALL.

The UPICK Garden always has something ready to pick.  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.

Currently Closed as we prepare for our Fall garden

Our UPICK Garden and Garde, Center will reopen on September 10th


  • Tomatoes***
  • Tomatillos
  • Eggplant
  • green onions
  • Lavender
  • ***All tomatoes will be picked by Schnepf’s and available to purchase


We will resume in the Fall!

Spend a morning learning everything from propagating, transplanting, seeding, weed control, pruning and more.  Everything is grown naturally with no pesticides on the farm, and that is how you will be learning in each class. Space is limited, so reserve your spot and purchase your tickets below. (Under the ticket description, each class will be detailed.)

Garden Lunch & Cooking, foraging with the farmer.

Class schedule will be posted soon

Spend a couple of hours, foraging with the farmer in the naturally grown fields as you pick veggies and flowers. Then experience a outdoor cooking experience creating a delicious lunch that you enjoy as you sit down an intimate table in the garden.


Enter the farm

  • Follow the signs or train tracks out to the garden
  • read the signs at the end of each row and pick what you want.
  • Stop in the Garden Center to weigh and pay for your veggies.
  • ENJOY!

There are also many ways to serve your community by working in the garden. Looking for service opportunities? Ask the gardener what you can do to help!

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Have a question about what’s in season? Fill out the form below!

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