some of our latest
additions and updates
Our growing season is now closed for Winter...
we'll see you again in Spring 2020!
Where to find our produce:
Mondays, 3 - 7 pm - Tullahoma Farmers Market
[Farmer's Market Tullahoma reopens May 4, 2020]
Tuesdays, 7 am to noon - Rutherford County Farmers Market, Murfreesboro
Fridays, 7 am to noon - Rutherford County Farmers Market, Murfreesboro
[Rutherford County Farmers Market reopens May 8, 2020]
You can also find select items from our farm at the online market... Shelbyville Locally Grown
Bottle Hollow Farm!
Bottle Hollow Farm is all about high-quality produce that's grown simply, without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. We are a Certified Organic farm.
At this time, we are the only Certified
Organic farm located in Bedford
County, Tennessee. Also, we are
the only Certified Organic farm
that attends the local farmers
markets in Murfreesboro,
Shelbyville and Tullahoma.
Our small family farm is an extension of
our personal garden, where we enjoy the same flavorful varieties of fruits and vegetables offered to our clients. Our produce is primarily sold directly to consumers at farmers markets in the Middle Tennessee area. We also welcome the opportunity to supply local chefs, restaurants and groceries.
WE ONLY OFFER PRODUCE GROWN BY US. Every item of produce we sell is grown by us, from start to finish. When you shop with us, you are NOT buying produce sourced from "wholesalers" or "trucked in" from unknown origin.
We enjoy getting to know our customers. When you visit with us at a market, please feel free to tell us what you like and let us know if you have any questions about our vegetable varieties or farming practices.
Enjoy and celebrate fresh, healthy & delicious local food!
Click the video to watch our feature on Nashville Public Television's Volunteer Gardener.
Host Phillipe Chadwick visits with Mark Murphy as they share tips on growing and harvesting heirloom grain corn in the home garden. Bottle Hollow Farm grows Italian heirloom Floriani Red Flint corn on an artisan scale, offering small quantities of cornmeal and grits to our customers during the fall season.
This Volunteer Gardener episode also offers tips on growing corn, including sweet corn, in small garden spaces by incorporating raised beds and square-foot gardening techniques.