All Year - (In season now)
We have three large hoop houses, from which we sell perennial & herb plants for the garden, hanging baskets for porch & patio, flowering & foliage shrubs, houseplants including aloe vera, cut daffodils in Feb/March, Christmas decorations in Nov/Dec, and specialty planters and baskets to order. We are planning to add vegetable seedlings and plants in spring 2017.
Our plants are available on the following online markets:
_South Cumberland Farmers’ Market – http://sewanee.locallygrown.net . Order Fri 9 pm till Mon 10 am.
_Stones River Market – http://stonesriver.locallygrown.net . Order Sun 8 am till Mon 9 pm.
_Manchester Locally Grown Market – http://manchester.locallygrown.net . Order Sun 8 am till Tues 10 pm.
_From our location in Hillsboro by appointment.
_At the market delivery place for Manchester Locally Grown market, 251 Interstate Drive, Manchester, on Thursdays from 3 pm to 5:30 pm.
_At the Manchester Community Market on the square seasonally, in spring from market opening date till July 1, and from Sept 1 till market closing date in fall. Market meets from 9 am to 1 pm each Saturday.
Last modified: Thu Jan 5 2017
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