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Specials

  • Our Own
    Radish
    Own Own
    2/$3.00
  • Our Own
    4" Tomato Plants
    $2.99
  • Our Own
    Baby Spinach
    $3.99/lb.
  • Our Own
    Beet Greens
    $3.99/lb.
  • Our Own
    Chicken Pot Pie
    Family Size
    14.99/ea.
  • Cut Flower's Hydrangea Lilly Bouquet
    $14.99/ea.
  • Cut Flower's Tulips
    $6.99/bu.
  • Greenhouse Pansies Are Here!! Don't Forget To Visit Our New & Improved Garden Center!
  • Grilled Salmon
    $14.99/ea.
  • Hyacinths
    Assorted Colors
    $6.99/bu.
  • Macaroons
    Almond & Coconut
    $5.99/ea.
  • Rose & Lily Bouquet
    $19.99/ea.
  • Smoked Salmon and Asparagus Quiche
    $15.99/ea.
  • Our Own
    Strawberry Sauce
    $3.99/ea.
  • Our Own
    Strawberry Shortcake Cups
    $4.99
  • Untraditional Nicoise Salad with Grilled Salmon
    $11.99/ea.
  • Our Own
    Whipped Cream
    Farm Fresh!
    $2.99/ea.
  • Zucchini Pasta with Tomatoes and Feta
    $8.19/lb.
  • Apples Cortland
    MA
    $1.49/lb.
  • Apples McIntosh
    NY
    $1.49/lb.

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Pan-Mass Challenge

We would like to thank all of those who have donated to team Wilson Farm as we prepare to ride in this year's Pan-Mass Challenge. We would also like to recognize the following businesses and individuals for making substantial contributions to our campaign to help find a cure for cancer! Click below to visit our sponsors!

Down on the Farm

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Dinner in the Field

Wednesday • June 15th • 6pm

Dinner in the Field is back! Wilson Farm Executive and French Master Chef Raymond Ost has another extravagant dinner menu planned to tantalize your tastebuds as you take in the sunset at the farm. Call 781-862-3900 now to register.

See What Else is Happening!

About Wilson Farm

Founded by Irish immigrants, Wilson Farm has been in operation at its present location since 1884. James Alexander Wilson, W.M. Wilson, and brother-in-law George Reynolds came to Lexington from Enniskillen, Ireland. Read more...

Grown here. Sold here.

Can your supermarket say that?