Schmitt’s Family Farm on Bagatelle

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Fall Fun pumpkin picking and activities start on September 22 and will run Saturdays and Sundays plus Columbus Day through Halloween. Our hours are 10am to 6pm daily. 

Pumpkin Picking 

Join us for your yearly pumpkin picking tradition or create a new one with us here at Schmitt’s. During the Fall season our pumpkin patch is open seven days a week. Stop in to find the perfect one for your porch and take your pick of the many sizes, shapes and colors! 

Local Fall Treats 

It’s also the time to chow down on homemade, locally sourced and produced fall food items. Each year we have all your classic fall goodies including roasted corn, homemade candy apples and apple cider. We’re always trying new items like our homemade pumpkin or apple ice cream! Don’t forget to check out the wide assortment of baked goods and bring home one of Grandma’s homemade pies. 

Family Activities 

At our farm you’ll find plenty of activities suitable for families, especially young kids! Activities include a hayride, animal train ride, duck races, trikes and game play area. It is a really nice day for everyone. 

Mums, Ornamental Kales and Cabbages 

We grow our own gorgeous mums and ornamental cabbages/kales. Add them to your front porch to decorate for the fall season. These hardy plants can be planted in the ground or remain in containers. 

Fall and Halloween Decorations

At Schmitt’s you will always find huge selection of fall decorations for your home. Some of the items we stock are hay bales, corn stalks, Indian corn. We also have plenty of Halloween, Thanksgiving and seasonal hard good items for your home. 

We grow our own beautiful hanging baskets, flats, potted plants, perennials and more! Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is happy to answer your garden questions. Check our From the Growers Blog and join our Garden Club email list to stay up to date on new plants in stock and gardening tips. We promise not to spam!

 

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