Welcome to Eaddy Acres

We operate a market garden in Chapin, South Carolina that is focused on producing high quality local vegetables, cut flowers and fresh eggs.

Currently we are only available for farm pickups by appointment or by finding us at a local farmers market. We offer pickups by appoint and have the option to preorder available!

Our goal is to connect the surrounding community with vegetables and flowers grown by their neighbors. Get to know your local farmer by shopping with Eaddy Acres to see how your favorite vegetables are grown.

We are fulltime farmers with a passion for crafting and our soap collection reflects that. Always made with skin loving ingredients.

Located just outside of Columbia South Carolina we provide farm fresh goods to those with limited space and time to grow food.

Lets incorporate locally grown food and fresh eggs into your self care routine!

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Meet the Farmers

Justin and Becca are the people behind Eaddy Acres. While living in a townhome in the city, we grew vegetables on every square inch on our porch possible. We started with growing in small containers and here we are now cultivating 1 acre in flowers and seasonal produce.

Becca is a Western Carolina University graduate with a B.S in history with a focus on museums. She loves all things Southern Appalachian, old houses and folk music. Justin has worked in sales for nearly 10 years and has done nearly every job within home remodeling.

Our long term goal was more land to cultivate and dedicated workspace for wood and metal. 2020 accelerated those long term goals, and we relocated from Charleston, South Carolina to the outskirts of Columbia.

We are building Eaddy Acres to be the beginning of our regenerative farming journey while creating a career and lifestyle.

We're entering our 2nd year and loving every secdond of interacting with this amazing community.

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Justin and Becca pictured who are the crafters behind Eaddy Acres. Wood metal and artisan soap crafters.

FLOWER SEASON IS ENDING

Get Blooms Now...

We are approaching the end of sunflower season and ending it with the largest volume of blooms planted yet! 60 days or less until the weather is too cold for these beauties and we're having record numbers of flowers available, so find us at a market or schedule a farm pickup before these ladies are gone until spring!

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