Persimmon Hill Farm Gourmet Foods


Earnie and Martha Bohner
367 Persimmon Hill Lane
Lampe, MO 65681
County: Stone
business: 417-779-5443

About Us

Persimmon Hill Farm is a berry, fruit and mushroom farm in the Lampe area in Southwest Missouri. The farm has you-pick and already picked blueberries and blackberries in season, which is usually June and July, plus a bakery next to the berry fields. Seasonal specialties are their huge Blueberry Thunder Muffins, giant Blueberry Cinnamon Rolls, plus cobblers and additional desserts. Year-round, the farm makes artisanal-style jams, butters, syrups, lemonades, honey, elderberry juice and award-winning sauces, all produced in the farm kitchen and available through the farm store, online or in top-end markets throughout the Midwest. For more information, check the website at

Product Description

On farm produce includes, U-pick or pre-picked blueberries, blackberries, gooseberries and shiitake mushrooms. Frozen blueberries and blackberries are available most of the year to farm guests.

The farm kitchen produces blueberry, blackberry, raspberry, strawberry, strawberry rhubarb, elderberry, nutty blue goose, and gooseberry black walnut jams.

Apple butter and persimmon butter.

Blueberry BBQ Sauce, Blackberry Glaze, Raspberry Summer Sauce and Shiitake Mushroom Sauce.

Blueberry, Blueberry Maple and Blueberry Amaretto Syrups.

Elderberry juice is bottled at persimmon hill farm from their own elderberries and from elderberries brought to the farm for processing from our region.


Persimmon Hill Farm is located about an hour and fifteen minutes South of Springfield Missouri off Hwy 86. From Kimberling City take hwy 13 South through Lampe go 3 miles to 86. Turn Right on Hwy 86 and go 4 miles West. Turn Right at the small Vacant Convenience Store building (you will see our sign) then follow the Bear signs 1.5 miles to Persimmon Hill Berry Farm.

Our products may also be found at selected Price Cutter Stores In Springfield MO, At the St Louis Airport, At Stone Hill winery in Branson and Herman.


Missouri Grown is a program of the Missouri Department of Agriculture.