Raíces Seedling Sale Fundraiser 2017

GROW YOUR OWN

Raíces Eco-Culture is holding its annual seedling sale so our community members and neighbors can grow their own food while supporting Raíces Eco-Culture programs. This year we focused on tomatoes and herbs, both culinary and medicinal. All seedlings are organically grown and have not been sprayed or treated with any chemicals. Some varieties are heirloom, all are open pollinated.

Check out the plant list below and send your orders by email to raices@raicesculturalcenter.org (please include plant name and desired quantity for each type of plant you want). Tomato, strawberry, catnip and mint plants are ready and available for pickup. Other herbs and our golden celery will be available after June 1. We will send a confirmation email and arrange pickup details with you upon receiving your order.

Seedlings for sale in the fundraiser will be first come first serve.  We will do our best to keep the plant variety list up-to-date, but if something is unavailable when you send your order, we will let you know.

Donation breakdown

Tomatoes & Celery
$1 per plant, all varieties

Strawberry Plants

Strawberry Plants

Strawberries & all herbs except basil
 & mint
Single plant – $2
3 plants – $5
7 plants – $10

Basil & mint
Single plant – $1
6 plants – $5

Variegated Hosta Plants

$5/each or 3/$10

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Tomato Seedlings

  • Beefsteak Yellow (Large, yellow slicing tomatoes)
  • Black Cherry (Heirloom purple cherry tomatoes)

    Tomato SeedlingBlack Cherry (Heirloom, sweet, dark purple cherry tomatoes)

  • Brandywine (Large, red/pink heirloom)
  • Cherokee Purple (Heirloom, large purple tomatoes, good flavor)
  • Cosmonaut Volkov (red slicing tomato)
  • Green Zebra (Green striped tomato, citrusy flavor)
  • Golden Ponderosa (large yellow tomato)
  • Manyel (medium sized yellow slicing tomato)
  • Omar’s Lebanese tomato (large, red heirloom tomato)
  • Peacevine Cherry (Red cherry tomato)
  • Pruden’s Purple (Heirloom, large reddish, purple tomato)
  • San Marzano (Heirloom, red paste tomato)
  • Striped Cavem (Red with yellow and orange stripes, great for sauce & cooking)
  • Sweetie Cherry (Red cherry tomato)
  • Upstate Oxheart (Large red, heart shaped tomato, good for slicing & cooking, can grow up to 10′!)
  • White Cherry (Pale yellow cherry tomato)
  • Yellow Pear (small yellow pear shaped tomatoes)

Other vegetables

  • Celery-Golden Self Blanching (limited availability, order early)
  • Pepper – King of the North (red/green bell, limited availability)

Basil – Available starting June 1, pre-order to reserve

  • Italian Basil
  • Lemon Basil
  • Rosie Basil (purple leaf)
  • Thai Basil
  • Windowbox Mini Basil- limited availability

Herbs – Available starting June 1, pre-order to reserve

  • Anise
  • Catnip
  • Chervil

    Echinacea

  • Echinacea
  • Greek Oregano
  • Italian Oregano – limited availability
  • Lemon Balm
  • Hyssop – limited availability
  • Marjoram – limited availability
  • Mint
  • Pennyroyal
  • Rue
  • Sage
  • Shungiku (edible chrysanthemum – limited availability)
  • Summer Savory
  • Thyme (order now for late summer planting)

 

Don’t see what you want to grow? We are also selling seeds in our online SeedsNow shop. Check it out and place your seed order here. 20% of all seed sales get donated to Raíces EcoCulture.


Comments

Raíces Seedling Sale Fundraiser 2017 — 2 Comments

  1. Great website, but I annot find the location at which you are selling the plants. Or are you doing it all by emsil order?? I don’t get it. Where can I come to look at and purchase a few things? I need herbs and would like some varigated hostas.

    • Thank you for your reply Jean! We are doing our plant sale by email order, which is what we usually do. Last year we had dates and a location, but we decided to grow so much less this year (mostly tomatoes, basil and herbs) that we are doing email only. I have no problem to set up a time with you to come and look. The plants are in Highland Park, NJ. I will email with details! Thanks for getting in contact.

      Sincerely,
      Nicole Wines
      EcoCulture Coordinator, Raíces Cultural Center

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