Dive Into the Heart of Florida’s Agricultural Landscape

Seminole County, just north of Orlando, boasts a vibrant agricultural scene with over 400 farms. These farms cultivate a diverse range of fresh produce, from juicy citrus and strawberries to colorful vegetables and ornamental plants. Agriculture is the second largest industry in Florida next to tourism. Our unique climate with mild winters allows for the year-round production of many incredible agricultural products

Locally Grown in Seminole County

Explore Seminole County’s local retail agriculture and farms! Experience u-pick farms for a hands-on harvest experience, or visit local farmer’s markets brimming with seasonal delights! Check out this guide for MORE locally grown experience: A Guide to Seminole County’s Local Farms and Farmers Markets 2024.*


  • BigDaddy’s Organic Farm (407) 451-4455 285 Howard Ave, Oviedo, FL 32765 Seasonal produce available on farm market days. Big Daddy’s Organic Farm


  • Black Hammock Bee Farms (407) 330-8542 2385 Howard Ave, Oviedo, FL 32765 Honey for sale, bee removal, and education. Black Hammock Bee Farms

  • Lommerse Honey & Plants (407) 474-4287 535 Upsala Rd, Sanford, FL 32771 Sells honey and nursery plants. Lommerse Honey & Plants


  • Lukas Nursery (407) 605-2104 1909 Slavia Rd, Oviedo, FL 32765 Retail nursery, pottery, garden supplies, and butterfly encounter. Lukas Nursery

  • The Old Red Barn of Geneva (407) 687-6646 Goat breeding, unique antique shopping, handmade products like jams/jellies/salsas, and farmers’ market on the third Saturday of the month. The Old Red Barn of Geneva


  • South Seminole Farm and Nursery  (407) 695-3247 2010 E Lake Dr, Casselberry, FL 32707 Retail garden center, gardening education Sells in-season produce and honey. South Seminole Farm and Nursery


Want MORE Locally Grown Experiences?

Check out this guide for more information about U-Pick Farms, Ag Education, Local Tours, Events, and More: A Guide to Seminole County’s Local Farms and Farmers Markets 2024.

*Hours of operation are subject to change. Please visit websites/call for the most up-to-date information

The County’s Local Farms and Farmers Markets guide is updated once a year for release in January. If you know any farms that would like to be included in next year’s guide, please send an email to morgan0402@ufl.edu


Why Buy Locally Grown Food?

There are lots of reasons to buy local, especially when it comes to your food! If you want to know more about why you should buy local foods, visit this blog on the benefits of buying local

How Can I Learn More About Local Agriculture?

Despite its urban character, over 400 farms thrive in Seminole County, contributing to Florida’s impressive agricultural footprint (over 47,500 farms statewide!). These farms aren’t just feeding us – they’re environmental heroes, improving air and water quality, providing wildlife habitat, and offering recreational opportunities.

UF/IFAS Extension offers an array of classes and educational opportunities to learn more about our local agriculture! Learn more here.

About the Author

Dr. Morgan Pinkerton is the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Extension Agent with UF/IFAS Extension in Seminole County. She is a graduate of the UF Doctor of Plant Medicine Program and has a master’s degree in entomology. In her current position, she regularly works with farmers and horticulture professionals in Central Florida and beyond. In many of her extension programs, she focuses on diagnostics of plant problems, integrated pest management (IPM), and invasive species issues. She also educates the public on agriculture so that they can better understand how their food reaches their plate and gain an appreciation for the hard work of our farmers. https://www.linkedin.com/in/morganapinky/