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March 15, 2013

Herb & Vegetable Plant Sale

Order herb and vegetable plants from the Friends of the Grandview Library!
  • $3.25 each or $30 for 10-pack (you can mix and match).
  • Prepayment required. Orders must be received by Monday, April 15Pay by cash or check (payable to: Friends of the Grandview Library) at the Circulation desk along with your order form (PDF). Orders without payment will not be processed. 
  • Pick-up day is Saturday, May 4, from noon-2 pm, on the Library Lawn. No extra plants will be for sale this day.
  • Questions? Contact Friends member Tracy Garrett at 614-595-3530 or email mtbuckets@aol.com.  
Herbs (in three-inch pots) 
  • Basil—Lemon, sweet, Thai
  • Chives
  • Cilantro—Coriander
  • Dill
  • Fennel—Green
  • Flax
  • Garlic
  • Lavender—Provence
  • Leeks
  • Lemon Grass
  • Lemon Verbena
  • Marjoram—Sweet
  • Mint—Chocolate, julep, spearmint
  • Oregano—Greek, Italian
  • Parsley—Curled, Italian flat leaf
  • Rosemary—Cottage garden, Tuscan blue
  • Sage—Pineapple, purple
  • Shallots
  • Tarragon—French
  • Thyme—Caraway, french/summer
Vegetables (in four-inch pots)
  • Tomatoes—Beefmaster, Better Boy, Big Boy, Brandywine*, Early Girl, Mr Stripey*, Orange Oxheart*, Roma Plum, Rutgers Select*, Sweet 100
  • Peppers—California wonder, cayenne, jalapeno hots, sweet banana
  • Squash—Butternut, spaghetti, zucchini, zucchini aristocrat, straight neck yellow
  • Cucumbers—Burpless, bush crop, pickling
  • Eggplant—Classic, black beauty 
  • Beans—Sugar snap peas, bush blue lake, Kentucky wonder pole*, Rhubarb*
  • Lettuce—Summertime
  • Cool Season—Broccoli, brussels, cabbage (early), cauliflower
  • Watermelon—Sugar baby
  • Strawberries 
  • Popcorn
*indicates Heirloom plants
 
 
 

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