Rett King, a sixth-generation farmer on Edisto, cultivates 114 acres with help from his wife Bonnie and son Jamie, from which they stock their open-air market on Hwy. 174. They are a diversified farm, growing everything from asparagus to zucchini. New this year is grass fed beef, like hamburger meat and kebabs. They also create and sell magnolia and Christmas wreaths and spin out crab cakes and onion pies from their certified kitchen.


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