Wurth Farms
est.   1908

1720 South Friendship Road
Paducah, Kentucky  42003

Monday-Saturday: 8am-6pm
Sunday: 12pm-5pm

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Wurth Farms 2014


Our Harvest Program is now in its fifth year.  For those of you that enjoy fresh vegetables, but don't enjoy all the hard work, let us do the work for you.  Receive a basket of fresh vegetables, grown and picked by Wurth Farms for 12 weeks this summer.  For more details click on the tab above. Enrollment ends soon so don't miss out. 





We still have tomatoes, squash, peppers, eggplant, okra, and apples for sale at out
southiside location and at our greenhouse.

Mums are pansies are available at our greenhouses located on south friendship road.

hayrides start October 4.



Wurth Farms offers over 200 varities of annuals in the spring.

Spring Valley jams and jellies are found at our local stands. Offering numerous flavors.

Harvest Partners receive vegetables and fruits grown on our farm throughout the entire summer season.

Wurth Farms is on Facebook!  Please like our page!

Some of our offerings from last year. We hope to have a  great crop again for all of our loyal and new customers!  Come see what we have to offer.

What's going on at the greenhouse?
The greenhouse is now open.  Come see all our hard work this winter.  Beautiful hanging baskets adorn the greenhouse as well as our self designed conatiners.  The staff will be happy to help you design your own masterpiece for your yard.  Vegetable lants and seeds are also available for those of you that enjoy vegetable gardening and reaping the fruits of your labor.

What's going on at the farm?

Strawberries are right around the corner.  We hope to start picking soon and berries will be available at the greenhouses first and then we will open the markets as the volume increases.  Some vegetables have been planted and are already up and growing.  Potatoes, onions, cabbage and broccoli were the first things we planted and are doing well so far. 

The spring calving season has gone well with a few more left to calve.  The cows and their new little ones are loving the lush new green grass coming on. 
   Gardening Tips:

  • It is best to plant trees and shrubs in the fall. It is less stressful for the plant and yourself.
  • Take care of your tomato plants by staking them and feeding them on a regular basis.
  •  Be sure to take care of roses as they bloom. Snipping back spent blooms allow the plant to flourish in our zonal area(s)


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