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High Meadows Farm

Judy Walling
421 Sally Branch Road
Tracy City, TN   37387  (Grundy County)

Phone: (931) 592-6329
E-mail: jrw2@blomand.net

Region: Middle

Method of Sale: Pick Your Own, On Farm Sales

Additional Information

High Meadows Farm grows daffodills, blueberries, pumpkins, ornamental gourds, beans, tomatoes, & potatoes. And we are expanding to include other varieties of vegetables and berries. Horticultural products and hand-crafted items will be available in the early to late fall. Please call us for crop availability, more information, and directions.

We currently have LOTS of fresh broccoli, lettuce (Romaine and Harmony) as well as lots of yellow squash. We will have an abundance of blueberries and raspberries within 2 weeks. Blueberries will be available as pick-your-own or pre-picked. Green beans, lots of tomatoes (several varieties) zucchini, cucumbers, peppers (both sweet and hot),potatoes, winter squash and egg plant will also be available soon. Ornamental gourds and pumpkins will be available late September.

Come see us. Located on the beautiful Cumberland Plateau in Grundy County. Exit 1-24 at Monteagle exit number 135. Take highway 41 to Tracy City. Turn left at first red light in Tracy City on to highway 56; go about 2 miles and turn left on Des Church Road. Go about 75 yards on Des Church Road; turn right on Sally Branch Road; road ends at farm sales area.

Farm tours available for elementary school groups with advance reservations.

We currently have a large selection of pumpkins and small ornamental and birdhouse type gourds. We also have rare and unusual daffodil bulbs for sell. We will have fresh broccoli and cabbage soon, depending on weather conditions.

Available Here:

Blueberries, Raspberries, Beans, Broccoli, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Lettuce, Okra, Peppers, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Squash, Winter Squash, Tomatoes

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