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Specials

  • "Marucs" Salvia
    3 gallon
    $7.99/ea.
  • Our Own
    Burritos
    Price as Marked
  • Our Own
    Cold Brew
    $2.99/pt
  • Dahlias
    Assorted Colors
    6 1/2 inch
    $9.99/ea.
  • Our Own
    Hamburger Rolls
    sesame, whole grain, onion, whole wheat
    price as marked
  • Hydrangeas
    White or Light Blue
    $7.99/3-stem bu.
  • Mrs. Perrina Pasta Sauce
    36oz. jar
    $8.99/ea.
  • Towhead Rhododendron
    3 gallon
    $29.99/ea.
  • Our Own
    Whipped Cream
    price as marked
  • Assorted Cream Pies
    Price as Marked
  • Macaroons
    Almond & Coconut
    $5.99/pkg.
  • Mali's All Natural Hardwood Charcoal
    $8.99/bag
  • Apples Cortland
    MA
    $1.79/lb.
  • Apples McIntosh
    MA
    $1.79/lb.
  • Our Own
    Asparagus
    $4.99/lb.
  • Chickory
    NJ
    $2.49/lb
  • Cilantro
    NJ
    $1.29/bu.
  • Collard Greens
    NJ
    $1.99/bu.
  • Dill
    NJ
    $2.99/bu.
  • English Peas
    NJ
    Price as Marked

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Wilson Farm
10 Pleasant Street
Lexington, MA 02421
(781) 862-3900

Down on the Farm

Spinning in the Field


Sunday, June 10th • 9:30am & 10:30am • $50 per person
Join Wilson Farm and Rev’d Indoor Cycling for a morning of fitness in the fields of Wilson Farm in Lexington, MA to benefit the Pan Mass Challenge. The Rev'd Ride is a 45-minute, athletically challenging, body-changing experience. You'll focus on the rhythm of the music and how it drives you to overcome the obstacles of resistance and position. We invite you to#GETREVD and Join the Movement. In addition to the 45 minute ride in the beautiful fields of Wilson Farm, you will receive a farm fresh lunch and goodies to take home with you! 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Pan Mass Challenge, which benefits the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Click which time you will be attending below for ticket info

9:30 Class

10:30 Class

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?