Smith Farms is a family-owned business located in northeast Guilford County, 6 miles north of downtown Gibsonville. Each spring, the greenhouses are full of ferns, geraniums, hanging baskets, vegetable and bedding plants for sale to the public. We also raise our own fruit and vegetable plants from seed that we plant on the family farm. Seasonal produce is available at our farm-side produce stand and 7-days a week at the Piedmont Triad Farmers Market. 100% of what we sell is grown on our farm! Typical farm produce includes: strawberries, cabbage, onions, broccoli, cauliflower, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, eggplant, field peas, lima beans, October beans, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe and watermelon!

Listing last updated on Apr 3, 2020


Smith Farms is a family-owned farm. We are involved in every stage of growing NC produce - from dropping seed and monitoring young plants in our greenhouses, to field preparation and planting, to weeding and watering, to harvesting and collecting, to washing and snapping and shelling and shucking and SELLING to you! 100% of what we sell, we grow. Truly, a farm to fork process!


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Schedule and Location:

due to COVID-19 restrictions, several of our weekly Farmer's Markets are choosing to delay their opening. We will update our list of open markets as they open. For now (April 2020), visit us at:
Smith Farms - 8:30 - 5:30 Monday thru Saturday, April thru October
Piedmont Triad Farmers Market (space #70) - 9:00-4:30, 7 days a week

Schedule and Location:

Smith Vegetable Barn
6806 Tickle Road, Gibsonville, NC
Open every day except Sunday
8:30 am - 5:30 pm




Latest Reviews


I have been a customer of Smith Farms for many years. Wonderful vegetables and the prices are very reasonable. Friendly folks also!


I just love Smith farms they have beautiful plants and flowers and a very courteous and knowledgeable staff.

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