EVER GIVING, EVER GROWING
Our farm is both gap & organic certified, a reflection of our commitment to bring the highest quality & healthiest goods toour local community. We produce the finest sprouts & wheatgrass in Tennessee using organic seed & growing methods. We distribute our products to wholesale & retail locations, & you'll find them in local grocery stores, such as Whole Foods, Produce Place & Turnip Truck, as well as many restaurants. If you would like us to provide you with our products, whether through a distribution center, grocery, or restaurant, we can fill your needs.
OWNER & FARMER
Lauren built Bloomsbury from the ground up & started by selling her organic vegetables & sprouts at area farmers markets. Since those early days in 2009, the farm has expanded, producing a wide array of fresh vegetables, fruits, sprouts, & herbs for the markets, local businesses, & wholesalers in & around nashville & the greater region.
BLOOMING WHERE PLANTED
Lauren has a bachelor’s in Social Work & a Master’s in Management. Combing her education with a life-long desire to cultivate & provide the highest-quality organic produce, to educate her community about the land & the importance of the food we eat, & to be able to walk to work every morning while raise her daughter with the same love for the earth her parents instilled in her is not only her passion, but also a true gift. We are all blooming where we have been planted.
A LOVE FOR THE LAND
“A love of farming has been passed down through generations of my family. My father was raised by his grandparents on a dairy farm, & though they were forced out by the Army Corp of Engineers & Eminent Domain, his love of the land & its gifts only deepened. his motto for our family has always been “Bloom where you were planted.” like my father, my mother possesses a deep reverence for the land, &, after ten years of searching, they found a place where their shared love of it could take root, a place where they cultivated my passion for it, & a place where I hope to pass the same on to my own daughter— the place we named Bloomsbury Farm.”
— LAUREN PALMER