ARDMORE, Tenn. – Bookend Farms hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Greater Ardmore Chamber of Commerce to celebrate their membership in the Chamber and with tulip season less than a month away.
Bookend Farms is located at 166 Henry Bayless Road, Ardmore, TN. Owners, Kevin and Stacey Cannon, with their seven children have found their forever home in the Ardmore Community. The work and responsibilities are shared between the family, as well as the joys and accomplishments.
The farm is named “Bookend Farms” because spring and fall are their favorite seasons to be outside as a family and they refer to these times are “bookends” of the growing season. Their farm is a beautiful place where they are raising their children, animals, and beautiful tulips.
Anyone interested in a pick-your-own tulip experience, a brief introduction to tulip farming, an opportunity to shop their farm goods, or participating in their milk share program, or arranging a fundraiser, should make an appointment on their website at https://www.bookendfarms.com/. In addition, individuals, families, school or church groups, scouts, gardening clubs, or any other types of groups can arrange a farm tour or workshop by making an appointment on the website.