Prices


2018 PLANTS FOR SALE  last updated June 6

I buy the majority of my seeds from The Cottage Gardener, so for an explanation of a particular variety you can check out their online catalogue.  I save many of my own seeds as well.  I can show you how to do that in the fall if you like.

If you're interested in buying some of our non-GMO, "cide" free, organically grown plants, you can reserve ahead and I can have your order ready.  That way you can get a tour of the place.  Fridays are not good for us as we're packing orders and delivering.

Some plants you might be interested in are:

CUCUMBERS
English Telegraph
Longfellow
Marketmore
Tender Green

Edible FLOWERS - some are in pots, some I will dig up for you from my garden
Bachelor Buttons
Calendula
Chrysanthemum
Daisies

EGGPLANT - purple

FLOWERS
Poppies - pink double blooms

HERBS - some are in pots, some I will dig up for you from my garden
Dill
Marjoram
Mint
Savory
Sorrel

PEPPERS, hot
Cyklon
D'espelette
Early Jalapeno
Hot Portugal
Hungarian Hot Wax, Yellow or Red
Long Red Cayenne
Thai

PEPPERS, sweet
Alma Paprika (sweet with a bit of zing, warm, not hot)
Jimmy Nardello's
Marconi Sweet
Quadrato d'asti Rossa
Stocky Golden Roaster

SQUASH
Burgess Buttercup
Spaghetti

TOMATOES
Black Cherry
Blanche du Quebc
Crimean Rose
Green Zebra
Martino's Roma
Thornburn's Terra Cotta

Herbs and flowers are $3 each and each vegetable plant is $4.
If you call ahead I can have your order ready for pick-up, especially if I'm digging flowers out of my garden for you.    See you soon.


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  2. I've been asked to post my prices. Each week, if I have more product than my regular customers have ordered, I post my prices for those items. Generally, I follow the Organic Price Tracker. If there's a great difference from the lower to the higher ends, I choose one sort of in the middle of those. I believe everyone should be able to afford to eat well to ensure good overall health.
    I start some extra plants in early Spring as some people might not have the means (or inclination) to do this themselves and sell them in late May. Once I've set those prices, I will post them.
    Contact me by phone or email if you're interesting in being added to my Weekly Delivery List.
    Thanks. Jo

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