beginnings

what's in a name

From owner and farmer Lauren Palmer A love of farming has been passed down through generations of my family.  My father was raised by his grandparents on a dairy farm, and though they were forced out by the Army Corp of Engineers and eminent domain, his love of the land and its gifts only deepened.  His motto for our family has always been “bloom where you were planted.”  Like my father, my mother possesses a deep reverence for the land, and, after ten years of searching, they found a place where their shared love of it could take root, a place where they cultivated my passion for it, and a place where I hope to pass the same on to my own daughter —  the place we named Bloomsbury Farm.

 

Bloomsbury is over 400 acres of breathtaking land in Smyrna, Tennessee, just outside of Nashville.