Walker Realty Group, LLC 1508 Coleman Road, Suite 101
Knoxville, TN 37909
(865) 240-3647 | info(at)wrgtn(dotted)com
Walker Realty Group, LLC 1508 Coleman Road, Suite 101
Knoxville, TN 37909
(865) 240-3647 | info(at)wrgtn(dotted)com

Business Spotlight

Field of Daffodils Nursery and Garden is a family owned and operated nursery in Lenoir City, TN. What was once a simple roadside stand has grown into a thriving business. Operating primarily out of a rustic barn, Field of Daffodils offers the best locally grown flowers, shrubs, edible plants and trees available.
A working farm, Field of Daffodils has become a popular destination for plant and produce lovers.
“People love to visit us here,” says Dustin Schrimpsher, General Manager and second generation nurseryman. “We frequently offer plants and trees people simply can’t find at the big box stores. And we also offer tips and advice you can’t get at Home Depot.”
Before Field of Daffodils was a nursery, the Schrimpsher family was impressed with the rows and rows of daffodils growing across their property. The flowers were always a wonderful reminder that Spring was just around the corner. Over the years the yellow flowers began to die off. The Schrimpshers began growing daffodils in pots. And from there Field of Daffodils Nursery and Garden was born.
Flash forward 17 years and two greenhouses later, Field of Daffodils still offers spring flowers as well as a wide variety of trees, and edible plants.
Edibles make up a large portion of the business right now. As people have become more interested about where their food comes from they get very excited at the opportunity to literally see the process first hand.
“Strawberry plants, blueberry plants, raspberries, blackberries, apple trees, pear and cherry trees have become very popular,” says Schrimpsher. “We strive to provide our customers with the best plants available as well the knowledge they need to be successful.”
“Our business is all about people. Repeat business is incredibly important to us. We spend time with our customers so that we really understand what they need and we take the time to ensure they understand best practices for planting and maintaining their plants.”
“Our most recent addition to the farm is a 100 foot greenhouse designated just for tomatoes,” says Schrimpsher. “Children are especially interested to see where food comes from. Whether strawberries, tomatoes, blueberries, or eggs, we always have time to show off our little operation.”