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Where to pick your own fruit and vegetables in Warwickshire

A firm childhood favourite of mine is picking our own strawberries and of course munching a few on the way round! I thought I’d put the ones we’ve found into a guide for you all.

If you’re looking for some more canvas-worthy photos we also have information on lavender fields and the famous confetti fields, but you’ll have to be quick as they only open for a short while!

Red Road Garden Centre and PYO 

Red Road, Kineton, CV35 0DH

Updated 1/6/24

Some strawberries available for picking, when all have been picked the patch will close.

Red Road Farm often update their facebook page, so keep an eye on the ripening fruit here.

September onwards you can pick apples, pears, plums and Autumn raspberries. Followed by pumpkins at Halloween, squash and sweet corn.

Malt Kiln Farm Shop

Main Street, Stretton-under-Fosse, Rugby, Warwickshire CV23 0PE

Updated 1/6/24

The pick your own is currently closed.  At the moment due to the cool wet conditions we do not expect to open until the weekend of Saturday 22nd June.

We have a variety of crops that we open for pick your own across the summer months these include the following fruit crops strawberries (late June), gooseberries (late June), raspberries (early July), blackcurrants (early July), redcurrants (early July) and blackberries (early August). We also grow a number of vegetable and flower crops for pyo: broad beans (late June), courgettes (mid July), runner beans (late July), marrows (late July), sunflowers (late July), squash (August), sweet corn (mid August) and pumpkins (late September).

Click here to visit the Malt Kiln Farm Shop Website

Lower Clopton Farm Shop and Cafe

Updated 1/6/24

The pick your own is currently closed. Availability will be announced on Facebook here

Lower Clopton Farm Shop offers pick your own strawberries, raspberries and cherries throughout June and July. Picking is not available yet and they advise to check their Facebook page for updates.

Admission to the PYO is £2.00 per person (non-refundable) Children of 1 years old and under go free.

See more information on their website here

Manor Farm Fruits

A little further out.. but open now. Watling Street, Hints, Tamworth, B78 3DF

Fruit picking and Nelly the Elephant Trail – Tickets available online here

Something a little different?….

Pick Your Own Sunflowers

Lodge Farm,  CV35 0JH (near Compton Verney).

Every Summer, (except last when the weather had been so awful) Lodge Farm in Kineton have a pick your own sunflowers, they’re 50p a stem and money goes in an honesty box.

Lodge Farm opens during the Summer months 10 – 5. Keep an eye on their Facebook page here for opening announcements.

Cotswold Lavender

Hill Barn Farm, Snowshill, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7JY

Cotswold Lavender is easy to find in the outskirts of the village of Snowshill. Not far from the National Trust Property Snowshill Manor.

In a typical English summer the lavender fields should start to come into flower mid June, with the best time to see them early-mid July but it can differ year to year with the weather. As well as Lavender fields, there’s also a wildflower meadow and a woodland trail for children.

The Lavender Fields will reopen on Friday 14th June until Sunday 4th August 2024 10-5

No bookings. Card only payments. Click here for prices.

More info:

Wyke Manor -The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company

Wyke Manor, Wick, Pershore, Worcestershire WR10 3NZ

If you’re looking for somewhere different to visit this year, why not take a trip to The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company? Opening 28th June to 7th July 2024. Tickets go on sale 18/6/2024.

Visit the website here for more information

If you know of somewhere you can pick your own fruit & vegetables locally just let us know here. 

Looking for Summer inspiration? Check back for our Summer in Warwickshire guide, coming soon!

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