Spring Plant Sales!
The On Farm Plant Sale will take place on April 13th and 14th.
**Friday, 4/13: 9 am to 5 pm; Saturday, 4/14: 9 am to 1 pm**
We will sell veggie, herb and flower transplants. Lots of unique and heirloom varieties! All grown here, with our homemade potting mix that is fortified with worm castings, so you’ll be inoculating your garden with beneficial soil when you grow our plants!
We’ll also be selling at the Columbus Botanical Garden Plant Sale On April 5th, 6th, and 7th. Thursday is for members only; Friday and Saturday are open to the public.
Our On Farm Market is open every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. April 4th through December 19th in 2018.
We will also be selling at the Columbus Market on Broadway, Saturday mornings from 9 -12, mid April through September.
At the On Farm Market, we have produce grown at our farm, as well as beef, pork, goat cheese, pecans, stone ground grits and cornmeal, granola, AND yogurt from other local producers. Also delicious breads and granola bars from local baker Sue Batastini available in the spring and summer.
The farm is located one‐hour southwest of Atlanta in beautiful Pine Mountain, Georgia. Jenny and Chris Jackson, along with two apprentices and part time farm hands, grow a generous variety of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers on 3 acres.
In order to protect the life of our soil, as well as the health of our customers, we use no chemical fertilizers or pesticides to grow our produce. We farm to provide meaningful work for ourselves and to provide our customers with quality, naturally grown food.
We are very fortunate to be able to sell all the the food we produce within 30 miles of the farm. The majority is grown for our CSA, which consists of 125 families (about 350 individuals). The rest is sold at our On Farm market and the Uptown Market in Columbus, as well as a couple of restaurants.
Everyone asks, “What’s the deal with the name of the farm?” A “Jenny” is the term for a female mule, while a male is referred to as a “Jack.” Mules are known for being strong, stubborn animals. Those are two characteristics that we feel are imperative for farmers to possess as well! We couldn’t resist the pun on our last name.