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Farm Guide > Listing > Wolf River Valley Growers

Fentress County
Bob Washburn
170 Greenhouse Lane
Pall Mall, TN 38577
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
Hours: Check website for seasonal hours.
What's here: (Click for recipes) Tomato Plants, Pepper Plants, Squash Plants, Basil, Thyme, Petunias, Pansies, Mums, Poinsettias
Located in the scenic Wolf River Valley in the Cumberland Mountains, we are a commercial/retail production greenhouse, and in spring we have a very large assortment of greenhouse grown vegetable plants in the spring and over 40 varieties of your favorite herbs. You're going to love strolling through our 56 greenhouses overflowing with colorful flowers, hanging baskets, naturally grown herbs and vegetables, and much more.

We are a 30 year old family business situated next to the Sgt. Alvin C. York burial site in the Wolf River Cemetery. Be sure and visit the SGT. York State Park, York home, and the General Store while in Pall Mall.

Last modified: Sat Feb 10 2018
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