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Saturday, May 15, 2010
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Crown Point Ecology Center's 6th Annual Organic Plant Sale and Gardening Program

Paul Robeson, Nyagous, Cosmonaut Volkov, Wapsipinicon Peach?  These heirloom tomato plants, along with more than 50 additional varieties, will be available at this year's Crown Point Organic Plant Sale. In addition to our ever-popular tomato plants, this year's sale will include over 200 varieties of heirloom and must-have vegetables, herbs and flowers, providing gardeners with a wide selection of vegetables and native plants.  Most of Slow Food USA 's Ark of Taste vegetables will again be available. Chosen for their culinary and cultural value, these plants help to protect our inherited agricultural diversity.   All plants are of the highest quality and Certified Organic - grown without the use of any synthetic fertilizers or toxic pesticides.



Click here for more info.

Paul Robeson, Nyagous, Cosmonaut Volkov, Wapsipinicon Peach?  These heirloom tomato plants, along with more than 50 additional varieties, will be available at this year's Crown Point Organic Plant Sale. In addition to our ever-popular tomato plants, this year's sale will include over 200 varieties of heirloom and must-have vegetables, herbs and flowers, providing gardeners with a wide selection of vegetables and native plants.  Most of Slow Food USA 's Ark of Taste vegetables will again be available. Chosen for their culinary and cultural value, these plants help to protect our inherited agricultural diversity.   All plants are of the highest quality and Certified Organic - grown without the use of any synthetic fertilizers or toxic pesticides. Click here for more info.

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