Strawberry Plants for Sale in South Carolina

If you want to buy strawberry plants in South Carolina, you have come to the right place.  The following is a directory of suppliers and nurseries that have strawberry plants for sale in South Carolina.  If you would rather buy via the internet, you can visit our directory of Strawberry Plants for Sale Online.

If you are a supplier of strawberry plants in South Carolina and would like to be added to this list, feel free to contact us or use the Submit to Us page to let us know about you.  Even if you aren't the owner or a representative, you can still submit nurseries where you can buy strawberry plants in South Carolina for inclusion in our directory!

As nurseries are submitted, they will be listed below by South Carolina county in alphabetical order.

STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE IN SOUTH CAROLINA, BY COUNTY:

Abbeville County:

Aiken County:

Allendale County:

Anderson County:

Bamberg County:

Barnwell County:

Beaufort County:

Berkeley County:

Calhoun County:

Charleston County:

Cherokee County:

Chester County:

Chesterfield County:

Clarendon County:

Colleton County:

Darlington County:

Dillon County:

Dorchester County:

Edgefield County:

Fairfield County:

Florence County:

Georgetown County:

Greenville County:

Greenwood County:

Hampton County:

Horry County:

Jasper County:

Kershaw County:

Lancaster County:

Laurens County:

Lee County:

Lexington County:

Marion County:

Marlboro County:

McCormick County:

Newberry County:

Oconee County:

Orangeburg County:

Pickens County:

Hunter Farms
607 JamesonRd.
Easley, SC 29640
Phone: 864-859-2978 or 864-238-0684
Visit Their Website HERE

Richland County:

Saluda County:

Spartanburg County:

Sumter County:

Union County:

Williamsburg County:

York County:

2 thoughts on “Strawberry Plants for Sale in South Carolina

  1. live on the coastal border between Horry and Georgetown county sc. planning a raised bed 4′ x 16′ for strawberries. I would like to have a mix of types with most June bearing but some others that last during the summer months. please recommend: how many plants are needed for this size space; should I use plastic or straw as a mulch/weed preventer; where can i buy live plants; and what is the number and varity of plant. many thanks. Paul

    • paul spletzer,
      Plastic works better as a weed control method, but it is more difficult to allow new strawberry runner plants to root when using it. You can buy plants here. As for quantity, see this. Good luck!

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