APG Plant Sale and Farmers Market!! Friday May 2nd and Sunday May 4th


Spring is in full effect and that means it’s time to start planning for your summer garden!

Come and support our garden program by buying vegetables and plants that were planted by APG garden students!

Your support will help us raise money for improvements in our garden such as a new storage shed, cob bench, new wheelbarrows, seeds, tools and more!

The first APG plant sale and  farmers market  will be held three times this week…

-Friday, May 2nd- Lunch time- Garden

-Friday, May 2nd- After school- 3:45-5:30 pm.  In front of door near after school pickup

-Sunday, May 4th- 10-4pm- In garden during cob oven workshop


We will be selling three varieties of kale, red russian, lancinato( dino kale), and curly kale.

We will be selling plants from different summer varieties….

Plant Starts:

-Summer squash- zucchini, yellow, lemon squash

-Corn- Dent and Sweet

-Beans- Scarlet runner and Ojo De Cabra, and string



Veggies, Herbs and Seeds:

Seed balls- Calendula, mustard and carrot seeds

Mustard greens



Dry Lavender bundles

and more!

All vegetables and plants are sold by suggested donation! All items are available on a first come first serve basis. We have a limited supply of certain items and more of others. If the sale goes well we will continue to have a farm stand on Fridays through the rest of the school year.

Contact Lindsey Whited with any questions, lindseymariewhited@gmail.com.



Here Mr. Rothman’s class is organizing plants by type.


We planted two varieties of sunflowers, teddy bear and autumn beauty.


Here 6th graders are labeling the plants they planted with the type of plant, variety and date.


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