Wildwood Farms and General Store

Wildwood Farms is owned by Robert and Judy Bowman. It’s a family owned and operated business. We have had the daylily garden since 1999 and decided a General Store would be a great edition to our business. We had our grand opening on April 13, 2013. We built a quaint music venue in the General Store as a tribute to our Mom Ethel and our Step Dad George, whom we lost in 2012. They truly loved music. We offer music events on a weekly basis, on Saturdays and regularly scheduled live music sessions on the first and third Sunday of every month, as well as special event dates.

wildwoodfarmandstoreWe added “Mama’s Pantry” in October of 2013 and offer a selection of foods including bulk candy, country ham and side meat, Virginia canned jams, jellies, and preserves. We also offer gluten-free mixes and gluten-free foods. We have organic olive oil and organic chocolate, Virginia grown nuts, and a great selection of bulk dried beans. We are also able to create custom gift baskets for that special person or occasion. We offer a large selection of garden flags, matmates, and yard designs! We have a gypsy garden line that has become very popular with all ages! We will be offering plants and annuals in the spring, along with some garden vegetables. We are offering garden supplies, unique garden gifts, and home décor. We have locally made baskets, hand turned bowls, and jewelry.

We have a large selection of wind chimes, many are made in the USA. We also have some great skin care products such as shea butter that is made in the USA and cruelty free. We carry great lace products, called Heritage Lace, that is made in NC. We also carry Habersham candle products that are made in GA. We are looking forward to the spring and summer where we will have the daylily bloom season and regularly scheduled antique car CRUISE-IN’s with music for entertainment.

We grow around 2,000 varieties and typically offer around 600 varieties of daylilies on our price list every year. We have a pergola to rest from the hot summer sun, and we added a lovely patio when we built the store. It is a very comfortable place for one to relax or take a rest after browsing through the flowers. We envison the area being used for garden club meetings, lunches, etc. We also offer landscaping and mowing services year round. Open seven days a week!

Visit our website, www.wildwoodfarmsfloyd.com to check on events throughout the year.
Wildwood Farms • 2380 Floyd Highway South • Floyd, VA 24091 • 540-745-5155

The Wild Rumpus hit the stage at DogTown Roadhouse

The-Wild-Rumpus-01Live Friday Night – April 19th at the Sun Music Hall in Floyd Virginia
FREE SHOW! The fun starts at 7:30pm

The Wild Rumpus have spent the last three years introducing the world to Appalachian Stompgrass through hundreds of live shows. Take the mountains, all the influences, whether they be bluegrass, blues, punk, folk or old country and roll them together and you get Appalachian Stompgrass, a breed of music that isn’t hung up on a
certain label, but one that is forging it’s own brand.

The Wild Rumpus are Appalachian Stompgrass personified! Hell raisin’, good time, high energy, footstompin’, dancin’ and hula hoopin’! Shake Yer Rumpus!


About: Hailing from Fayetteville, WV, the Wild Rumpus is an original string band led by singer and songwriter, Andrew Adkins. Forging a sound that has one foot stomping in the past and the other stomping in the present, their debut album “Love, Trains & Home” on WV label Mudbone Records rolls together bluegrass, swing, country, and rock & roll for a style that is uniquely their own. Their influences range from Leonard Cohen to Jimmy Martin and touch everything in between while managing to hold together a sound that is instantly recognizable and will start your legs to dancing on their own. They have been playing shows promoting their summer CD release to rave reviews and the dancing has been spontaneous and instantaneous!

The Deer Run Drifters (DRD) is a stringed quintet from the small mountain town of Floyd, Virginia. The group, all from former bands of different genres came together in mid 2012 to play a more Folk/Bluegrass/Americana sound.