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Yell County Farmer’s Market Plant Sale

  • Posted on April 15, 2014 at 1:28 pm

Hi – I’ll be at the Yell County Farmer’s Market on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 8-noon at the Dardanelle Public Library.  I’m going to have quite a few plants at market on Saturday.

Below is a listing of some of the plants and herbs I’ll be bringing, plus there will be lots of other good items, as well as the offerings from the other farmers.  Stop by and see us, you know you want to!

Hi – I’ll be at the Yell County Farmer’s Market with my plants and herbs from 8-noon at the Dardanelle Public Library.  Some of the items I’ll have are listed below, but stop by to see what else I might have in stock.

Herbs

Aloe Vera – 3”/6” pot – $3.00/$5.00

Basil (various) – 2”x3” pot – $3.00

Lavender Provence – 3” pot – $3.00

Lemongrass – 3” (clump ready for planting) – $3.00

Mint (various) – 3” pot – $3.00 – (Chocolate, Kentucky Colonel, Orange, Mojito, Peppermint, Pineapple, Spearmint)

Rosemary (Barbeque) – 3” pot -$3.00

Sage (Berggarten) – 3” pot – $3.00

Thyme – Lemon – 3” pot – $3.00

Perennials

Blackberry – Triple Crown – #1 – $5.00

Butterfly Bush – #1 – $6.00 – (waiting for them to bud out  – Attraction (Violet), Bicolor (purple & orange), Black Knight (Dk Purple), Honeycomb (yellow), Lt Purple, Pink Delight, )

Quince – #1 – $5.00

Wisteria – #1 – $5.00

Floral Special

Avocado seedling – #1 – 1 year – 12-24” tall – $10.00

Angelwing Begonia – 6” -$5.00 – (Brazilian Lady, Looking Glass, Miss Mummy, Pink Cane)

Pencil Cactus – 3” pot – ( ‘firesticks’) – $4.00

Christmas Cactus (red, pink or ??) – 3”/6” – $3.00/$5.00

Fern – 6” pot. – $5.00

Palm – Nepentha Bella – 3”/6” – $3.00/$5.00

Gardening Supplies (styles/types may vary)

3” plastic pot – 3/$1.00

6” plastic pot – 2/$1.00

#1 plastic pot (gallon/tradegallon) – $1.00

#2 plastic pot (2 gallon) – $2.00

Tomato Towers (3’ tall field fence w/4” squares) -$2.00

 

I have lots of plants still ‘getting ready’, so it’s going to be a great Spring.

Thanks, Ellen