Community Crops 2017 Plant Sales

Join us for a fantastic selection of vegetable plants, tasty herbs and beautiful perennials.

Buying plants is a great way to help support community gardens in Lincoln!

Main Sale: Sat, May 13, 9:00am – 1:00pm
NEW LOCATION: Wyuka Stables, 3600 O Street

Plants sustainably grown by Community Crops at our new Greenhouse! Also featuring locally grown plants from Gene Gage (Papa Geno) of Heartland Organics, The Darlin’ Reds, and the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum

Cash, checks, credit cards are all accepted. SNAP (food stamps) accepted for all food plants.

What you’ll find at the main season sale:

  • Over 40 varieties of heirloom and hybrid tomatoes.
  • Delicious types of peppers, eggplant, cucumber, squash, melons, and many more vegetables that grow well in Nebraska.
  • Perennial plants of all kinds, including gorgeous hybrid daylilies.
  • Over 30 different varieties of herbs, including basil, oregano, sage, parsley, rosemary, lavender and thyme.
  • Edible perennials such as service berries, elderberries, hazelnuts and more.
  • Special perennials from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum.
  • Plants are $2.50 for vegetables, $2.75 for herbs and $3-$6 for perennials.  All locally & naturally grown!

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Click here for the printable poster.

 

Directions to Main Sale (May 13)

Directions:
Wyuka Stables, 3600 O Street

Enter Wyuka at 36th and O.

The Stables are just north of the ponds and easy to find!

Donations and Sponsorships

To Donate Plants
We accept all perennials and vegetable starter plants. Please bring plants to the Crops office at 1551 S. 2nd (2nd and Garfield) by Thursday, May 11. Plants can also be donated for use by community gardeners.

Sponsors
The Crops Plant Sale is sponsored by KZUM 89.3 and the Journal Star.

Community Crops held its first ever early season sale in April 2016, which featured:

  • Cabbage, broccoli, kale, kohlrabi, brussels sprouts, collards, swiss chard and lettuce and onion plants just in time for spring planting
  • Parsley, cutting celery, garlic chives, true chives, sage, stevia, winter savory, english thyme, lemon balm, bunny tails (ornamental grass), service berries, hazelnuts, elderberries, and a variety of perennial flowers.