We grow what we love
How We grow matters

Lost Weekend Farms, what began as a snarky reference to how we used spend our spare time and now all of our time... is a collection of fields and a small orchard and a few muscadine vines nestled in Neely's Bend, just north east of Nashville. As we've always enjoyed being connected to tradition and heritage by growing, picking and preserving, our semi-urban farm has become our outlet for exploring seasonal eating, biodiversity, politics, and environmental health.

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Seasonal Highlights


We love our microgreens. Nutrient loaded and packed for travel like everything in the COVID era. We enjoy these on everything from avocado toast to zucchini breakfast hash.

Mustards to tatsoi. Kale to rutabaga tops. The season is ripe with healthful and delicious cooking greens. 

Fresh Herbs

There’s nothing like fresh herbs to elevate your Covid cuisine. Right now we’re picking oregano, French sorrel, mint, and thyme.

Microgreens are back!

Some of y'all know we've experienced a shortage of a critical component required by both our microgreen production as well as all of our fall transplant crops we had to make some choices. We are now able to bring back our microgreens in limited quantity. For the duration of the summer look for radish, broccoli, and sunflower in our online store and on our market table starting this Tuesday.

The Good Life Box

Our commitment to the more important things, making deliberate choices in how we live and the impacts that we have

2022 Season on sale Now!

We'll not be at the Richland Park Farmers Market Saturday March 5

Preorder will reopen for pickup at Richland Park Farmers Market (Saturday) or on-farm (Friday afternoon) on March. 1.

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Unless it's raining  storming we're probably in the field or at a market, so shoot us an email, text message or leave us a message.

Contact Information




Lost Weekend Farms

1844 Neelys Bend Rd.
Madison TN, 37115

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If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.
- J.R.R. Tolkien