St. Julien Plantation

11786 Old #6 HWY

Eutawville, SC 29048


Phone: (803) 492-7556

City: Eutawville

Region: Midlands

St. Julien Plantation

This plantation offers u-pick/we-pick strawberries and peaches. Also available are English peas, sweet corn, melons, beans, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, melons, beans, peanuts, jams and jellies. Open from June to mid-August, Monday through Saturday.

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