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Specials

  • Assorted Flourless Desserts
    Price as Marked
  • Gold Bleeding Hearts
    2 Gal
    $9.99/ea.
  • Mrs. Perrina Pasta Sauce
    36oz. jar
    $8.99/ea.
  • Polemonium
    "Stairway to Heaven"
    2 Gal.
    $9.99/ea.
  • Rhododendron
    "Purple Gem"
    2 gallon
    $16.99/ea.
    2 for $29.99
  • All of our
    Vegetable, Herb, and Flower Seeds are in!
    Price as Marked
  • Assorted Cream Pies
    Price as Marked
  • Easter Egg Bread
    Large and Small
    Price as Marked
  • Easter Egg Shaped Cakes
    $19.99/ea.
  • Field Daffodils
    $1.99/bu.
  • Our Own
    Field-Dug Pansies
    Price as Marked
  • Hellebore
    Price as Marked
  • Holland Tulips
    $7.99/bu.
  • Macaroons
    Almond & Coconut
    $5.99/pkg.
  • Our Own
    Meringues
    $5.99/pkg.
  • Our Own Bakery's Hot Cross Buns
    $4.99/pk
  • Apples Cortland
    MA
    $1.79/lb.
  • Apples Honeycrisp
    MA
    $3.99/lb.
  • Apples McIntosh
    MA
    $1.79/lb.
  • Now Carrying
    Apples Opal
    NY
    $3.49/lb.

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

Down on the Farm

Cooking Class with Chef Raymond Ost

Tuesday, April 24th • 6pm - 8pm

Take a culinary journey through our Executive Chef Raymond Ost's kitchen and learn tips from the best.

Menu for the class

  • Appetizer: Seasonal Asparagus with Smoked Trout, Fresh Leek Vinaigrette and Sauce Mousseline
  • Main Course: Roasted Rack of Lamb with a Au Jus, Dijon and Fresh Herb Crust
  • Dessert: Traditional Vanilla Mille Leuille and Fresh Raspberries
    The cooking class is just $50 per person, and has very limited spacing.
    RSVP is required. Call 781-862-3900 now to reserve your spot!

  • 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?