Woodbine Mead started with a dream of Jack MacKenzie
in 2004 to grow Northwest Arkansas's local flowers and participate in the farmers market on the Square in downtown Fayetteville.
His first purchase of land was approximately five acres. The garden consisted of 4 beds that first year.
Since then, the farm has expanded to nearly twenty acres
and fresh local flower production comes from 75 beds, some shaded areas, approximately 3500 sq. feet
of unheated greenhouses.
While the Square continues to be an important outlet for
fresh local flower sales, Woodbine Mead has added florists, a subscription program for weekly deliveries,
a Saturday market on the Bentonville Square and on farm sales for large events such as weddings and parties to the outlets
for Northwest Arkansas's freshest local flowers.
Stop by the Farm at 4065 E Zion Road or call 479-751-3390