Woodland Gardens is a certified organic vegetable, fruit and cut-flower farm in Winterville, Georgia, just outside of Athens. Established in 2000, we specialize in highly diverse annual production, and we grow over 80 different fruits and vegetables. Our focus is specialty production for chefs and market.
We operate year-round and utilize heated greenhouses and high tunnels to extend our seasons and increase the quality of our production. We strive for efficiency and unique quality on our 18 acres in production, and we are continually improving and honing our inputs. Everyone on our farm team is skilled and experienced, and that keeps our farm tremendously productive, consistent, and (usually) very well organized.
You can find us March – December at the brand new Freedom Farmers’ Market in a tree shaded lot of the Carter Center in Atlanta. We also sell to select restaurants in Atlanta and Athens, and through a monthly produce box program here in Athens. If you wish to become a restaurant or CSA customer, please give us time to respond. We are fortunate to have most of our produce committed to existing outlets, but we always are honored by new requests.
We pride ourselves on the quality and unique varieties that we grow, our relationships with our chefs and customers, and the stable work environment we provide for our workers and managers. We hope to improve our systems every year, and create a model, long-running farm that is a benefit to the community.
Freedom Farmers’ Market
This is our first season at the brand new, (and award winning!!) The Freedom Farmers’ Market. Celia was instrumental in conceiving and launching Atlanta’s newest market, along with the leadership and vision of Moore Farm and Friends, Riverview, and other talented farmers and supporters (Holly, Jen: thank you!). You will find Woodland Gardens at the Freedom Farmers’ Market each Saturday in the shaded lot of the Carter Center in Atlanta. Plenty of parking, great live music, kids stuff, fresh prepared food, chef pop up tent, local color…all the right stuff). We hope to see you at the Carter Center!
Well. We are so excited to have this news (from Creative Loafing Atlanta)!
This year, we found a new reason to get out of bed early on Saturday mornings. Aptly named for its location