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Most of Jim Anderson’s handmade stoneware pottery is thrown on a potter's wheel. No "ram press" or "slip cast" methods are used. Because each piece is handmade there will be variations in the sizes of the items and the finish of the glaze which attributes to both the beauty and the curse of handmade pottery. He uses the best quality stoneware clay available and mixes his glazes by hand. His pottery is dishwasher safe, nontoxic, oven proof, and can be used in the microwave. Anderson’s Pottery 2701 Scott Rd. Hernando, MS 38632 662-429-7922 Call for appointment jimanderson121@gmail.com www.jimandersonpottery.com
Brussel's Bonsai is the largest importer and grower of fine bonsai in the United States with over 170,000 square feet of greenhouse space. Open M-F 8am-4:30pm. Visit our new, state-of-the-art facility.
8125 Center Hill Rd.
Olive Branch, MS 38654
Phone: 901.521.8187
Fax: 662.895.4157
Toll-Free: 800.582.2593
www.brusselsbonsai.com
Admission: Free
Cedar Hill Farm is a family owned and operated farm with 120 acres of rolling hills, surrounded by cedar tree lined fences and woods. Each year improvements are made to make Cedar Hill Farm one of the top Agri-Tourism businesses in the Mid-South. In season, you can pick your own strawberries, blackberries and vegetables, and in the fall and winter, choose and cut your own Pumpkin and cut your own Christmas tree. Cedar Hill Farm is open to the public seasonally and open by reservation for private parties, corporate events, family reunions and weddings year around. Every season brings something new to the farm. The Snack Bar will still be open to the public during our Fall Festival, Annual Easter Egg Hunts and our Choose and Cut Christmas Tree Hours. 008 Love Road Hernando, Ms. 38632 Phone (662) 429-2540 Fax (662) 449-3421 gocedarhillfarm.com cedarhfarm@yahoo.com
A showcase of more than 350 tools and primitive machinery.
MSU Campus, Forrest Products Lab
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: 662.325.2116
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Admission: Free
A 7,000-acre working plantation and accommodations in restored pre-Civil War cabins. Tour the original home of Nathan Bedford Forrest after horseback riding among the majestic trees. Hunting packages for some of the finest quail, deer & turkey hunting around as well as large event facilities and outdoor areas.
From Holly Springs, MS - Go West on HWY. 4 for 6.5 miles to Laws Hill Road. Go South 1.7 miles to Thomas Road, and then 1.8 miles to the Plantation.
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.8855
www.fitchfarms.com
Admission: Yes
Established in 1812. Used as a recruitment camp by Gen. Andrew Jackson. Includes an 1846 log cabin, visitors center, crafts and sorghum mill. Antebellum home of Col. James Drane, c. 1846-48. The Council House of Greenwood LeFlore, a Choctaw Indian Chief and Mississippi Senator, is now home to the Council House Cafe' which is open Mon-Sat 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Welcome Center/Bread Bakery open Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Log house serves as a bed and breakfast inn. Natchez Trace Parkway - 55 Le Fleur Circle French Camp, MS 39745 Phone: 662.547.6657 www.frenchcamp.org/historic Admission: Free

Take a ride into the number one tree farm in the Mid-South during November and December. Pick out your favorite Christmas tree that you can cut yourself or it can be cut for you. Pre-cut trees are available as well. Christmas gift shop open mid November.  Open M-F 10am-6pm, Sat/Sun 8am-6pm.

1890 Getwell Road North
Nesbit, MS 38651
Phone: 662-429-9462
www.merrychristmastreefarm.com
Admission: Free

A. B. McKay Enology Lab; Aquaculture Research Ctr., Cobb Archaeology Museum, Herzer Dairy, John Grisham Room, MSU Arboretum, South Farm, School of Veterinary Medicine, Dunn Seiler Museum.
200 East Main Street
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: 662.323.3322
Fax: 662.323.5815
Toll-Free: 800.649.8687
www.msstate.edu/web/galleries.html
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m. By appointment
Admission: Free
c. 1858. Home of the Holly Springs Garden Club, this antebellum Greek brick mansion shows the influence of the Classic Revival. The Arboretum society is located on the grounds of Montrose and contains 50 different species of trees native to the area.
335 E. Salem Ave.
Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone: 662.252.2515
www.visithollysprings.com
Hours: By appointment only
Admission: Yes
Featuring several classes of roses. Call for tours.
MSU Campus, R. Robert Foil Science Research Facility
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: 662.325.0506   
rosegarden.msstate.edu
Admission: Free
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