Rose Freeman’s idyllic roadside stand is situated below a moss-draped live oak on Johns Island, next to her 150 acres of cultivated fields. Expect her to open for business as her crops yield their fall bounty. Freeman’s produce can be found on site as well as the Mt. Pleasant and Charleston farmers markets. Freeman’s neat and tidy wooden structure is usually open daily and should be brimming with peppers, butter beans, eggplant, broccoli, cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers, and string beans.