Plant Sale (Emphasis on Plants)

May 29, 2019

Plant Sale (Emphasis on Plants)

We can’t wait to see what the summer has in store for you. We’ve been growing our favorite varieties of herbs and vegetables in our greenhouse, watching as they pop up with little pairs of seed leaves, then strengthen into the sturdy starts that will thrive in your garden beds.

We started each one of these plants from seed. Tomato seeds are so small that a palmful of them could feed a whole neighborhood. Gently tucked into the soil, they uncurl, and soon become plants hardly imaginable from their humble origins.

Each variety we grow is something we’ve carefully selected. The plants are suited to Utah’s growing season and climate. They’re quick-growing and hearty, tolerant of cooler springs and warm summers. Best of all, we grow hard-to-find and heirloom varieties so you can add purple tomatoes to your salads, miniature sweet peppers to your lunchbox, or thai basil and lemongrass to your curries.

Our starts don’t stop at veggies and herbs, though! We’re offering everything you need to create your own cut-flower garden, from vibrant calendula to lush poppies to cheerful snapdragons. Get your inspiration for your flower garden at our April 18 Cut Flower Garden workshop.

We have just a few weeks to go until the plants are ready for your garden. Until then, check out the list of what to expect below, and get started planning what you'll grow.

-Page
Farmer and cultivator




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