Good Day, Y’all!

I am excited to announce that we are seriously considering reopening the business this fall in in actual store front location in Ashland City! I am currently reaching out and talking to the community to see if this is a possibility in the next couple of weeks! We have found a possible brick and mortar location, and I have been working with farmers, gardeners, and suppliers across the state for some time now, all I need to know is if y’all would like to see such a venture in our little town!

The goal is to open a green grocer and nursery, with dry goods readily stocked. My hope is 80+% of the goods stocked will be local, whether that means I grow and harvest or work with local farmers. In addition to the store, I hope to get state certified as an agronomist, so that I can help y’all with your agrarian needs, as well as offering free agriculture classes and educating the community in the art of gardening!

This venture will be a huge risk for me. I am a 21 year old college student, majoring in Agriculture Science with a minor in education. This would be my main means of support as i graduate with a bachelors next semester and move onto my Masters. I hope this will be my main mode of income, as well as allowing m to pursue my passion of teaching agriculture and work with the community!

So I need to hear from you! Do you want this green grocer/ nursery/ dry goods store? On the right side of the screen is the survey. I have included a link at the bottom of this post just in case you don,t see it. In a few hours, I will launch across all social media, so watch for me there! I will post an update when I do.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me! denson.plants.produce@gmail.com . I want all feedback! even if you have suggestions, concerns, or wish to talk business, I cant wait to hear from y’all!

Thank y’all so much for the support in the last 5 years!

Ethan Denson

Denson Plants & Produce


It has been an awesome 5 years!

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