It's easy to “Buy Fresh, Buy Local” in Rappahannock County. Our farms and orchards are committed to sustainable agriculture and their products are prominent at farmers' markets in the region and in nearby Washington, D.C. — and you can tour more than 20 of them the last week of September every year during the annual Rappahannock County Farm Tour and Festival. In addition, we have several local nurseries growing everything from conifers to Japanese maples, native plants and mums. Buy directly from our farms and get to know the people behind this healthful way of living.
Located on 138 acres in the shadow of Old Rag, Belle Meade Farm offers tranquility, space and beauty. Enjoy our accommodations in a renovated Victorian farmhouse and cottage. Explore the farm, enjoy the pool, hot tub and pond. Whole house rentals, group retreats available. Guests of all ages welcome. The Schoolhouse is available for special events. Pasture-raised eggs and meat for sale.
353 FT Valley Road Sperryville VA 22740
Eastwoods is a small tree nursery specializing in Japanese maples (more than 300 different varieties), Ginkgos (about 30 different cultivars) and selected conifers (about 80 different selections). Our trees vary in size from one-year babies to mature trees with up to 8-inch diameter trunks. We back up our sales with help selecting the best tree for your location and with information on planting, care and pruning.
634 Long Mountain Road Washington VA 22747
Fresh Cut Flowers by Melanie (Farmer/Florist) is a specialty cut flower farm growing unique, uncommon and heirloom flowers using sustainable gardening practices. Providing both wholesale and retail flowers by the stem, as well as, custom florals. Our website is http://www.freshcutflowersbymelanie.com/
Our family farm has been passed down through six generations and has always been the gathering place for family, extended family, friends and weary travelers for over 200 years. Our heart lies in community. We are proud to continue our heritage of the family farm and to be part of the “flower revolution”, the return of the flower industry to the United States and the return of the family run flower farm.
Send us your email if you’d like to be on our weekly availability list. Delivery is available. Weekly bouquets and stems by the bunch are available at the farm. Our weekly bouquets are also available at the Sperryville Corner Store from April through December and online from www.lakotafreshfoods.com.
May through October we offer pick up at the farm late Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings for pre-ordered bouquets and stems. Let us know and we’ll have your order ready for you.
45 Thornridge Lane, Boston, VA 22713
Heritage Hollow Farms and Farm Store is a family run farm business raising and direct marketing 100% grass fed and grass finished beef and lamb as well as pastured pork in historic Rappahannock County, Virginia. The farm utilizes humane and holistic practices. The Heritage Hollow Farm Store carries Heritage Hollow's own beef, pork and lamb, dog treats, cooler bags & hats, candles made with our lard & tallow. Additionally, we carry Virginia-grown pasture-raised chicken, eggs, and wild-caught Alaskan Salmon from Rappahannock County's own Captain Xan.
7 River Lane, Unit A Sperryville, VA 22740
We sell Virginia chutney, apples, peaches, pears, nectarines, apricots, fresh cider, gluten-free products, organic products, jellies, jams, local honey, Trickling Springs Creamery, locals eggs and lots more!
64 Old Hollow Rd, Sperryville, VA 22740
Facing the Piedmont Mountain range and Shenandoah National park, Woolf Lavender Farm stretches its fingers of lavender rows out towards several bees hives that rest on the bottom of the hill. A misty dream transforming since I first saw the lavender fields of Provence in France. I am not sure if I was the attracted to the bees that were attracted to the lavender or the lavender itself, but, as I watched the life swirling around the plants the different types of bees busy going from flower to flower I fell in love with both bee and plant and wanted to create that myself.
The Farm is only three years old and growing each year; there are several different types of lavender, rosemary and sage. The name Woolf come from Virginia Woolf’s book “A Room of One’s own” This is truly a Farm of one’s own.”
I distill the lavender and other wild crafted plants into essential oil and aromatic waters called hydrosol. I blend the flowers and plant essences into various products. The bees produce honey and if you listen closely you might hear them performing Rimsky-Korsakov’s symphony-The Flight of the Bumble Bee!
55 West View Lane, Castleton, VA 22716