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Williamson County
Farm Stand, online
Andy Sudbrock
7443 Liberty Rd.
Fairview , TN 37062
615-579-8146
admin@nashvillenatives.com
www.nashvillenatives.com
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Season: March - May
What's here: (Click for recipes) Native Wildflowers, Shrubs, Ferns, Grasses, Aquatic Plants, Trees
We are a small, specialty nursery located in western Williamson County just outside of Fairview, TN. We have both a spring and a fall sale that are advertised on our website.

Spring sales are typically in May and fall sales are typically in October. Nashville Natives specializes in growing native plants for environmental restoration as well as succulents for green roofs and fruit trees and shrubs for home orchards.

Plants and select seeds may be purchased year round at www.sedumgarden.net as well as www.nashvillenatives.com. Nashville Natives has a full selection of plants and seeds to benefit butterflies (Asclepias seeds & plants), bees, and other pollinators.

Last modified: Thu Jun 20 2019
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