White City Produce & Greenhouses/WCHemp


This grower uses synthetic fertilizers and/or pesticides.

This grower has a photo album.

My husband started this business over 20 years ago. He has always provided fresh high quality produce to local restarants and schools, as well as, operate a seasonal fruit stand in Monteagle and also provided ferns, tropicals, and bedding plants from his greenhouses, for the last 17 years.

Thirteen years ago I decided to leave my busy retail management career and help him grow this business. We now offer a wider variety of spring and summer plants, fall mums, and have expanded our operation to include a vineyard of muscadines and concords.

Over the past 5 years I have watched the Hemp and CBD movement sweep across the country. I have done research and watched industry growth. This amazing plant is now part of our agriculture in Tennessee. The industry continues to grow and change with research and development. I am proud to be part of this industry and offer a great product to my customers. Visit for more information on this new addition to our business.

Spring Selection:

White, Red, and Pink Mandavillas. Boston, Kimberly and Macho Ferns, a wide variety of vegetable and herb plants and fresh cut. Perennials include: Lantana, Fountain Grass, Indian Feather Guara, Blue and Hosta, and more.

Summer Selection:

A variety of fresh vegetables such as heirloom tomatoes, squash, cabbage, several varieties of lettuce and greens, cucumbers and more.

And don’t forget about fresh concord grapes from the vineyard, muscadines and scupadines in the fall.

Certifications & License:

Our 5 greenhouses are state certified and inspected. No bugs or fire ants, and all our plants are disease free. We are a Naturally Grown Farm and inspected by the farmers markets we attend to insure what we sell is 100% grown by us. Our county UT Extension agent also drops in from time to time to see how things are “growing”.

I am certified and licensed by the state to process non-acidified foods, such as jam, jelly, and baked goods.

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