Wild Things Farm

Wild Things Farm grows a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, and herbs utilizing organic, sustainable, and responsible gardening practices. For the CSA members, the crops are usually picked the day of delivery, then either picked up at the farm or delivered to a designated location on a weekly basis.

The crop selection at Wild Things includes tomatoes (several heirlooms), a few varieties of potatoes, sweet corn, hot and sweet peppers, lettuce, spinach, greens, onions, beans, cauliflower, summer and winter squash, bok choy, kohlrabi, carrots, cabbage, broccoli, sweet potatoes, beets, and on and on..........from arugula to zucchini!

The farm also produces cool season crops such as lettuce, spinach, arugula, Swiss Chard, and a few other greens throughout the winter months. To the fresh greens, "winter veggie list" customers can add sweet potatoes, white potatoes, rutabaga, and winter squash (while quantities last). To get on the "winter veggie list" to be notified of availability of fresh veggies, e-mail the farm and ask to be added to the list.

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Listing last updated on May 1, 2014

Not a member of the CSA? You can get Wild Things' "organical veggies" at the Fairfield Glade farmer's market on Wednesdays at 11:00 am at the corner of Peavine and Stonehenge.



Season:  May through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  20

Full Share:  $520 for the season farm pickup/local for 20 weeks Knoxville delivery shares are $600 each or $350 for a half share. 1/2 share (every other week) is $300 for the season

1/2 Share:  $310 full box every other week local/farm pickup; 10 weeks total

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Wednesdays in Fairfield Glade at the 4-way stop from 11-1 or so (until we get tired or run out of produce)



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Awesome varierty of produce throughout the season. Owner, Terry, very nice and accommodating.

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Is it really Spring?

2014-04-05

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