Denson Plants And Produce


Tomorrow, I will be back at Tractor Supply selling my wares.
It will be a huge sale! I will have 3x as many plants as usual, in addition to having my End Of Season Plant Sale, 10% off all my vegetables!
If you have any questions, please contact me.
Hope to see you tomorrow!
Ethan Denson
Denson Plants & Produce

Selling 4/9

I will be back tomorrow selling at TSC! I will be out there with Squash, Peppers, Tomatoes, Herbs, and Flowers! In addition to my pre-season special on my fruits and veggies, I will also have special on all my Easter Pots and flowers!
Here are my Easter Pots. They have anywhere from 15 to 60 bulbs, including many diffrent colors of Tulips, Ranunculus, Anemome, and Many More! They will continue to bloom until June!

Here are some of my other flowers, including Dahlias, Begonias, Asters, Double Impatients, and Many More!



I Am Here…..

I am currently at the Kingston Springs Library, should anyone wish to pick up early. If this weather keeps up, then I will let you know if I am leaving early. I hope the storm calms, so I plan on being here until 6pm.


We’re Back!

This Sunday, from 12-2pm, I will be at the Ashland City Tractor Supply selling my wares. It will be only plants, but I should start getting produce soon.
I will have Blueberries, Blackberries, Cherries, Tomatoes, Figs, Easter Pots, Spider Grass Baskets, Herbs, and Much More!
Hope to see you there!
Ethan Denson
Denson Plants & Produce

Extended Deadline

Due to communication problems, I have extended the deadline for Blackberry and Cherry Bushes to Thursday, March 16, by 8:00pm

Pre-Order Thornless Blackberry Plants

I once again have an unique opportunity for pre-order Thornless Champion Blackberry plants! The roots are mature, and at least 1 foot tall (they have been topped to help promote summer growth). The plants are planted in 1.5 gallon pots. There is a good chance of getting fruit this fall from them, though it will most likely not be until next year that they will set fruit. They are comparable to Prime Ark and Triple Crown. They are slightly tart, however, they are among the hardiest and longest setting Blackberry, giving many thumb-sized berries.
I am asking $8.00 each, or 10 or more at $7.00 each. YOU WILL NEED TO SUMBMIT ME YOUR ORDER BY THE DEADLINE OF SUNDAY, MARCH 12, BY 8:00pm. I will know soon when I will have them, though it will probably be two weeks from now. They will be available for pick up at the Ashland City Tractor Supply. If you cannot make it to the TSC, then we can arrange to meet somewhere else. If I get some orders in
Kingston Springs, then I will deliver to the Library down there.
I will also have Nanking Bush Cherries. They are $5.00each. They are not much to look at now, however, if planted this spring, they can easily grow 3+ feet by the fall. You can pre-order these just as the Blackberries.
If you have any questions, please let me know. I will be posting answers to questions and other berry facts on my website. Go to Pre-Orders at the top of the menu page, mouse over the button, and then select either “Blackberries” or “Cherries” to learn more about them.

Blueberry Pick Up And Produce

Your pre-ordered blueberry plants will be available for pick up this Sunday (the 29th of January). I will be at the Ashland City Tractor Supply Sunday from 12pm-2pm.
For those of you in Kingston Springs; I need to know who needs me to deliver down there. I need to know soon so that I know how many plants I need to take down there.
If you work at the UMPH building, we will deliver Monday or Tuesday of next week.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
I will also have produce available at the Ashland City Tractor Supply;
Red Tomatoes $2.00lb
Cucumbers 2 for $1.00
Green Bell Peppers 2 for $1.00
Cabbage $1.50 each
Romaine Lettuce 1.50 head
Pears $0.75each
Strawberries $4.00lb
Blueberries $4.00 ½pt
Broccoli  $2.25lb (no inedible stem)
Kiwi $0.50each
Arkansas Black Apples $1.00lb
Oranges $0.25 each

Not Selling

I will not be selling at Tractor Supply Sunday due to the high chance of thunderstorms. If you are still interested in purchasing produce, let me know, and we can still meet up there Sunday.
Ethan Denson
Denson Plants & Produce

Selling 1/21/17

I will be at the Ashland City Tractor Supply this weekend selling plants and produce this Sunday from 12pm-2pm.
I will have
Bay Trees $25.00ea
Mexican Lime Bushes $25.00ea
Flowering Snapdragon Hanging Pots $8.00ea
Juicing Oranges 3 for $1.00
Arkansas Black Apples $0.40lb
Blueberries $4.00 ½pt
Kale $2.00bunch
Kiwi $0.50ea
Broccoli $2.25lb (This is green weight, meaning that they have short stalks)
Cukes 2 for $1.00
Jumbo Yellow Onions $0.60lb
Yellow Squash $2.00lb
Red Tomatoes $1.50lb (Very high quality)
You can reserve produce for pickup on Sunday, as I do have limited quantities of some product.

Blueberry Plant Pre-Orders

I have an unique opportunity for pre-ordered Blueberry plants! I have 9 different types of blueberry plants. They are 2 year plants, at least 2 feet tall, with the Premier topping 3 feet. The plants are planted in 1.5 gallon pots. The plants set fruit last year, and will set again this year. This year, however, I will have 50 Climax, Brightwell, Powderblue, and Climax that will be 3 years old and 3+ feet tall. these will be sold first come first serve.
The Blueberry Plants that are available are; Climax, Premier, Prince, Austin, Brightwell, Powder Blue, Tif-Blue, Ochlocknee. I would recommend the Premier, as they are larger plants.
I am asking $8.00 each, 12 or more at $7.00 each, or 25+ at 6.60each. ORDERS WILL HAVE TO BE IN BY JANUARY 10th! The plants will be available for pick-up sometime at the end of January. I will set that date soon. I do, however, need to have an order totaling at least 100 plants total, or I cannot get the blueberry plants. Getting that amount should not be a problem, though if I do not get that minimum, I will contact those who have already requested berries. It will be payment on delivery.
If you have any questions, please let me know. I will be posting answers to questions and other blueberry facts on my websites;
Thank you all, and have a Happy New Year!
Ethan Denson
Denson Plants & Produce