Flying S Farms

CSA, Farm Fresh Produce,
  Breads and More

Woodbury, Tenneesse

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Who's Your Farmer?

Everyone needs to know their farmer by name. Why? Because a farmer that you know is a farmer you can trust. Here at Flying S Farms, Ben and Catherine Simmons are dedicated to providing fresh, local, natural foods for everyone who cares about the health of their bodies, the health of the community, and the health of our environment. That's why we use the natural sustainable method in growing our produce. We specialize in growing tasty, gourmet vegetables and herbs for families that understand that eating wholesome, nutrient-dense foods is the foundation for good health and well-being.

Produce List is NOT completed for 2018 

We are always in the planning stage to what we will be growing during the season, be sure to check back again and see what we have added.

2018 Produce consist of several heirloom varieties and hybrids
 but not limited to the following:

Beans, Bush Type:
Provider, Jade, Purple Queen, Goldcrop Wax, Dixie Butterpea and Horticulture Beans
Beans, Pole Type:
Cascade,  Emerita Filet, Kentucky Wonder and Parker Half Runner
Beans, Lima:
Willow Leaf
Several varieties will be grown this season
Golden Cross, Early Gem, Early and Late Jersey Wakefield, Red Acre 
Lucullus and Rainbow
Silver Queen, Yellow Sweet, Kernal Popcorn, Field Corn
  Armenian, Sumpter, Marketmore, Salt 'n Pepper
Rosa Bianca, Black Beauty, Asian  
English Peas:
Sugar Snap for Spring and Fall plantings
Field Peas:
 Black Eyed, Pink Eyed Purple Hull, Mississippi Silver and Zipper
Collards, Several varieties of Kale, Mustard and Turnip
 Basil, Cilantro, Dill, Oregano, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage and Thyme
 Buttercrunch, Leaf and Romaine
Clemson, Star of David and Milsap White
Red Norland, Red Pontiac, Kennebec and All Blue
Amish Yellow, Golden Midget, Orange Flesh Honeydew, Sugar Baby
Anaheim, Ancho, California Wonder, Cubanelle Varieties, Habanero Mix, Ivory, Jalapeno, Purple, Red and Yellow Bell, Serrano, Sheepnose Pimento, Thai and Tabassco 
Cherry Belle, Pink Celebration, Daikon 
Bloomsdale and New Zealand
Lemon, Scallop (Yellow, White, Flying Saucer), Crook and Straightneck Yellow, Zephyr, Zucchini (Black, Golden, Rampicante), Several vaireties of Winter Squash and Pumpkins 
Green Husk
Arkansas Traveler, Giant Belgium, Cherokee varieties, Chocolate Stripe, Several varieties of Cherry tomatoes

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