Project GROW’s Annual Heirloom Plant Sale is here again!
Friday, May 12th 10am-2pm
Saturday May 13th 9am-noon
In the “green space” next to the Sayre Theatre 205 S. Wilbur Ave. in Sayre
Project GROW always prioritizes natural growth methods avoiding the use of synthetic fertilizers and choosing high quality non-GMO organic seeds. Most varieties offered are heirlooms but you may see a few hybrid varieties, back only by popular demand, such as the Sun Gold cherry tomatoes described as “garden candy”.
Plants expected to be at the sale listed below:
*This list is subject to change*
More details about varietals found on the following sites: fedcoseeds.com, fruitionseeds.com
Tomatoes – FL Round v.1 Paste, Hogheart Paste, Amish Paste, Pink Berkeley Tie Dye, Fred’s Tie Dye, Pink Brandywine, Rose de Berne, Gardener’s Sweetheart, Sungold Cherry
Peppers – Collage Sweet*, Peacework Sweet*, Apple Sweet*, King of the North*, Crimson Carrillion*, Violet Sparkle*, Chocolate Cake, Banana*, Serrano Chili, Early Jalepeno, Hungarian Hot Wax, Trident Ancho, Some Like It Hot Mix
Cabbage – Early Jersey Wakefield, Golden Acre, Red Acre, Mammoth Red Rock, Tokyo Bekana Chinese*, Des Vertus Savoy
Aunt Molly’s Ground Cherry*, Ambrosia Cape Gooseberry, Umpqua Broccoli*, Snowball Cauliflower, Choko Pac Choi, Ping Tung Long Eggplant, Tall Utah Celery, Val aux Vents Shallot, Albion Strawberry
Basil – Sweet*, Genovese, Kapoor Tulsi*, Thai Parsley – Plain Leaf*, Gigante d’Italia
Cilantro*, Vincenza Blue Lavender, Lemongrass, Persian Catmint, Lemon Mint
Sunflower – Evening Sun, Florenza
Zinnia – Gold Medal Mix, Inca, Benary’s Giant Mix, Cactus Bright Jewels Mix, Jazzy Mix Marigold – Brocade Mix, Lemondrop
Ruby Parfait Celosia, Burgundy Gaillardia, European Columbine, Blue Flax
All of the funds raised from our annual plant sale support us to continue to do powerful work as a local non-profit whose mission is to cultivating opportunity, education, and inspiration in our community to value, access, and grow healthy food.
The mission of Project Grow is
“Cultivating opportunity, education, and inspiration in our community to value, access, and grow healthy food.”
We plan to continue to:
- Build, expand, and improve our community teaching gardens
- Educate the youth of our region by teaching them how to grow their own food, maintain healthy gardens, and prepare their own snacks and meals!
- Grow healthy food to share with everyone in our community, including local pantries and soup kitchens, doing our very best to make sure that we are all fed (especially those who are food insecure)
We feel GRATITUDE for all of those who have supported our mission in so many ways. Some have shown up at the garden to lend a helping hand, some have shared their individual talents behind the scenes, some have baked goodies for those working in the gardens or for Project GROW events, and some choose to support our programs with a financial donation.
If you feel that you would like to support our good work in the community by making an online donation, click the following link for an easy, secure way to donate: paypal.me/ProjectGrow
Stay posted for upcoming Work Bees!
We offer a share of the harvest for work hours in our gardens (as available, seasonal) and are more than happy to sign off on community service hours for a job well done.
Come meet some really great folks and learn more about Project GROW and ongoing volunteer opportunities!
We are always recruiting garden volunteers during our growing season May-September. Volunteers needed for watering, mowing, weeding, harvesting and local pantry delivery July-October. All hands on deck again in mid-October (until snow falls) when we put the “beds to bed” for the winter again. That job involves a lot of shoveling leaf mulch onto the beds and planting garlic for next Spring!
We are always looking for volunteers to lead seasonal food preservation workshops or teach classes on interesting subjects related to gardening and nutrition throughout the year.
Interested in volunteering or would like to be added to our mailing list?
Contact us and we can work hard to improve our community together!
Send us an e-mail at email@example.com or give us a call at 570-731-3101.
What are you waiting for? Come GROW with us!
Come help us dream and envision new ways that we can continue to improve the health and well-being of our local community….
If you would just like to follow us and find out what we are up to…..
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*there is also a “Project GROW Volunteers” group for active volunteers
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Thank you in advance for your feedback and of course, for your dedication to helping to support Project GROW! Great things are sprouting….don’t you see?