We will be selling bedding plants in February 2022.
You can get the plants at the Urban Harvest Farmers Market on Saturday mornings or here at the farm by appointment. We will begin taking orders in late January.
A link for ordering plants for delivery to the farmers market will be up in January.
Discounts: total of $50.00 10%, \ $100.00 20%, \ $200.00 25%
Tomatoes: 3.5″pots $4.00
Peppers: 3.5″pots $4.00
Red Scotch bonnet
Iko iko sweet pepper–a bell pepper that can be green, yellow, red or purple.
Goddess sweet banana pepper
Carolina reaper peppers $10.00 per plant
Eggplant: 3.5″pots $4.00
Oriental charm eggplant
orient express eggplant
Herbs: 3.5″pots $4.00
Pizza Special: A mixed 6 pack for $15.00 with one plum tomato, one better boy tomato, one iko iko pepper, one basil, one oregano, and scallions.
The following plants are available in six packs for $12.00. each plant is in a 2.25″cell
Snow crown cauliflower
Sweet stem broccoli
Rosie bok choi
Joi choi bok choi
Miscellaneous: The following plants are in 12 packs for $12.00
Bulls blood beets
Purple top turnip
This is what we expect to have. We will wait and see. There will be more.
You can find lots of plants cheaper than ours. We do not pride ourselves for being the cheapest, but instead try to present the best, organic plants that are ready to go into your garden. These plants have been hardened off, meaning that, for the past few weeks, they have not been babied with twice daily watering and 75˚ temps. The plants needed that for their first 6 weeks or so, but before they go outside, they need to be prepared for the real world. They are exposed to cooler temperatures and more infrequent watering, preparing them to leave the ICU and get to work in the garden. All plants are started from certified organic seed when available and raised in organic soils, fertilized by organic fertilizer. No bee killing poisons have been used. No poisons of any kind have been used. There are occasions that repellents are necessary and there might be some dried hot pepper sitting on the soil. Consider it your friend.
Most of the seed was bought from Johnny’s Seeds if you wish to research the different types.