Sun, Jun 09|
4816 SE 50th Ave
Plant Sale featuring Warm Season Veggies
Fill in your garden before the sun hits its peak at the solstice! Our next plant sale is Sunday, June 9 from 10 am - 2 pm
Time & Location
Jun 09, 2019, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
4816 SE 50th Ave, 4816 SE 50th Ave, Portland, OR 97206, USA
About The Event
Time to fill in your garden with all the tasty, pretty things! We will have our warm season crops available including tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, basil, and peppers. There are lots of varieties of all of these things. We have ground cherries & mexican sour gherkins too!
Fill in your garden with flowers to attract beneficial insects that help with pollination and pest control. We've got lots of good ones like Cosmos, Zinnia, Calendula, Nasturtium, Borage, and Sunflowers. We have perennial veggies that both provide an edible yield (with minimal work) and attract beneficial insects. These include Cardoon, Lovage, Jerusalem Artichokes, Stinging Nettles, and Chives.
If you need culinary herbs to support your summer picnics, we got dill, oregano, two kinds of sage, rosemary, thyme and two kinds of chives. and more!
Check out our plant list to see what we have in stock. We update this list as more becomes available and as we sell out. It is posted on the website.
We will also have seeds available and Marisha's special Mugwort Dream Salve.
All of our plants are organically grown at our home nursery location in the Woodstock Neighborhood. The perennials are from our own stock so you can find them growing in the landscape. We have saved the seeds of many of the varieties of vegetables that we offer as well. We will never carry anything that has been genetically modified. All of our purchased seeds are from local seed companies that have signed the safe seed pledge.
Cash or check only please.
Please note that our road dead ends in an alley. Please take Raymond St to 50th to avoid the alley. There will be a sign posted on Raymond St to help you find our location.
If you are unable to attend the sale, the nursery is also open by appointment.
Come on out to see what a permaculture landscape looks like on 6000 sq feet. If you don't need plants, just come on by to hang out.