Herbs, Fruit, Dairy & Eggs,
April - December (In season now)
What's here: watermelon
, cantaloupes, edible flowers, beets
, pumpkins, kohlrabi, cheese
We grow a large variety of herbs, vegetables and plants, using organic and sustainable growing practices. We founded Tennessee Farm to Fork and offer many local artisan foods via our co-op members for purchase at our On-Farm Market. Our retail market will be open to the public 9am to 3pm Wednesday through Sunday featuring a variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs, meats, cheeses, eggs and other artisan products from our co-op members. It is not required to be a CSA member to purchase items from the market. You can also order a "flexible CSA" box during the week, and pick up a box of fresh veggies and more on Saturdays or Sundays from 9am to 3pm beginning the first weekend in May.
Located in West Nashville, just 10 minutes from downtown, Green Door Gourmet farm has become an ideal location for agritourism and hosting special farm events. Our new event barn is available for all your special event needs, from weddings to family reunions. We also work with area chefs to provide a space for dinner-in-the-field events.
Last modified: Thu Jan 17 2013
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farm. Also, please be considerate. The farms in this guide are working
farms as well as residences in many cases. If you think of yourself
more as a valued guest than a customer you'll have a great experience.
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03 Oct 2012, 22:33
Dear Sylvia -- today was one of the BEST le Petit Salon's programs we have
had...and all due to you and your incredible place and staff. Thank you
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19 May 2011, 11:39
Go to greendoorgourmet.com and subscribe to our newsletter. That will put
you in the loops for the CSA purchase and pick up. Thank you for your
07 May 2011, 16:30
How do I sign up for e-mails for the CSA program?
15 Nov 2010, 20:43
Hi, Sylvia--would love to sign up.