Garden Seedling Share

$45.00$140.00

Certified organic vegetable, herb and edible flower seedlings for you to transplant into your own garden started for you on our farm. You’ll get a well rounded selection of seedlings from proven varieties of vegetables that we grow. This onetime delivery of your Garden Share will happen in June so you can get your garden up and running! There are two sizes of this share. The Share includes gardening support to help make your garden a success. Price includes delivery to our distribution sites during the first week of June.

Order Deadline May 15th

May be available for pickup at Farmers Market locations. Contact us to make arrangements.

Seedlings are Certified Organic by USDA.

See the description below for what seedlings are in each size share

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The Large Garden Seedling share consists of:
6 Tomatoes: Roma, Salad, Beefsteak and choice of three heirloom varieties
4 Cherry Tomatoes: 2 Sun Gold, 2 Super Sweet 100
1 Tomatillo or Ground Cherry
4 Sweet Peppers: 2 Ace (standard green pepper), 2 Carmen (Italian frying pepper)
3 Hot Peppers: Jalapeno, Ancho/Poblano, Cayenne
1 Zucchini
1 Summer Squash
2 Cucumber
2 Watermelon: Sugar Baby and Yellow Doll
2 Cantaloupe
6 Basil: Downy Mildew Resistant variety
2 Parsley: flat and curly
3 Fennel
12 Spinach: Space
12 Lettuce: 4 Romaine, 4 Butterhead, 4 Leaf
6 Kale: 2 Dino, 2 Green, 2 Red
3 Swiss Chard: Rainbow
3 Cabbage: Tendersweet and two kraut variety
24 Beets: 8 Red, 8 Golden, 8 Chioggia
1 Acorn Squash
1 Butternut Squash
1 Spaghetti Squash
1 Delicata Squash
3 Cilantro
3 Dill
6 Nasturtium: Edible
6 Sunflowers: Dwarf and Full branching types
Mycorrhizal Fungi-as a powder to add to your garden

The Small garden seedling share consists of:
5 Tomatoes: Sun Gold Cherry, Super Sweet 100 Cherry, Salad or Beefsteak type and choice of two heirloom varieties
3 Basil: Downy Mildew Resistance variety
6 Lettuce: 2 Romaine, 2 Butterhead, 2 Leaf
2 Peppers: Ace and Carmen
2 Watermelon: Sugar Baby and Yellow Doll
2 Swiss Chard: Rainbow
2 Parsley: Flat and Curly
3 Spinach: Space
2 Sunflowers: Dwarf and full size branching type
6 Nasturtiums: Edible
Mycorrhizal fungi as a powder to add to your garden

The flowers are included in the mix to not only bring beauty to your garden but to provide food and habitat for beneficial insects and pollinators. Mycorrhizal fungi penetrate the cell membranes of plant roots and are added to your garden before you plant, usually after tillage. They share water and nutrients from their extensive network of mycelia in the soil with their host plants in exchange for sugars produced by the plant thought photosynthesis. This partnership results in crops that are more resilient to drought and other environmental stressors. You can encourage Mycorrhizae in your garden by planting cover crops, avoiding over-fertilization and minimizing soil tillage.