Welcome! We are holding our 2nd 2023 plant sale on Saturday, June 10, from 10am – noon. Online ordering will be open on June 2nd and live plant pick-up will be on the June 10th.

Pre-Ordering for the June Plant Sale is open on June 2nd at 9:00am; walk-ups are welcome 4-6pm on Friday, June 10th!
Quantities of some items may be limited due to availability.

Information for the Plant Sale on Sat, June 10, 2023

Order Pick-Up & Walk Up Sales
Sat, June 10, 10-12pm
Pick-up of pre-ordered plants and any additional walk up sales will be also be at that time.

General Information for Plant Sales

Order Pick-Up Location
Community & School Farm
1455 Holman Ave, Salida, CO
The farm shares a parking lot with the dog park and is across from the Trailside Estates neighborhood.

If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected] or give us a call at 719-239-0955.

Thank you!
Thanks to High Country Bank and Altamont Landscaping for their support of these plant sales.

Tulsi / Holy Basil60 day, very tender holy basil used for teas. Tulsi
Greek / Basil55 days, rounded habit, small leaves, very frost tender. Greek
Sweet Italian / Basil68 days, large 3″ leaves, very frost tender. Italian basil
Flashback / CalendulaAlso known as pot marigold, common marigold, and Scotch marigold. Edible flowers brighten salads with tangy and slightly bitter flavor. Also great for use in homemade salves. Calendula
German ChamomileBeautiful small white flowers with yellow centers, great for tea with a light apple flavor. German Chamomile
Rainbow ChardRainbow Chard. 58 days full size. Mix of colored stems, good bolt resistance. A beautiful crop to grow and harvest. Frost hardy. Rainbow Chard
Bright LightsChard. 58 days full size. Red stems. A beautiful crop to grow and harvest. Frost hardy. Ruby Red Chard
Vates Collards68 day, slow bolt, large leaves. Vates Collards
Flash Collards55 day, very slow bolt. Flash Collards
Fordhook / Chard50-60 days. Fordhook Giant is an old favorite with its broad, strong stems and large leaves packed with vitamins and minerals. A vigorous grower with a long growing season, it will provide fresh greens from early summer into fall. Young leaves are great for salads. Fordhook Chard
Gomphrena85-100 days, beautiful purple to white variation, beautiful for cut flowers or dried. Gomphrena
Red Russian Kale50 days, purple stem, flat leaf great for salads. Red Russian Kale
Vates Kale55 days, open pollinated, curly green kale. Vates Kale
Dazzling Blue Kale60 day, blue lacinato type kale. Dazzling Blue Kale
Winterbor Kale60 days. standard green curly kale, cold hardy. Winterbor Kale
West Front Kale50 days, very cold hardy, grows throughout winter. Western Front Kale
Romaine (Freckles) Lettuce55 days, pretty green romaine with maroon specks. Freckles Lettuce
Romaine (Parris Island Cos) LettuceParris Island Romaine Lettuce. 68 Days. Tall, upright green heirloom romaine. Parris Island Lettuce
Butterhead (Speckles) Lettuce50 days. Amish heirloom green butterhead/bibb type with dark red flecks. Speckles Lettuce
Butterhead (Buttercrunch) LettuceButtercrunch Lettuce. 65 days. Heat tolerant heirloom. Compact and good for containers. Buttercrunch Lettuce
Moss Curled ParsleyMilder flavor and better cold tolerance than flat leaved varieties. Moss Curled Parsley
Italian Flat Leaf ParsleyGreat flavor, grow inside or out. Frost tolerant. Flat Leaf Parsley
Bloomsdale Spinach30 days, frost tolerant, open pollinated savoyed leaf spinach. Bloomsdale Spinach
Galletta StrawberryEarly season, June-bearing, large berries with excellent flavor. Galletta Strawberries
Green TomatillosGreen Tomatillo: 75 days to maturity. 2-3″ green fruits produce well for us in late season. Green Tomatillos
Black Krim TomatoesBlack Krim. 80 days. Russian heirloom tomato with green shoulders, dark red flesh. Delicious! Indeterminate Black Krim Tomatoes
Red Cherry Large Cherry TomatoesRed Cherry – Large. 75 days. Big round red cherry tomatoes. Indeterminate. Red Cherry Large
Red Fig Cherry Tomatoes85 days from transplant, indeterminate, very productive teardrop-shaped red cherry sized tomato. Red Fig Cherry Tomato
Sungold Cherry TomatoesSungold Cherry Tomato. 57 days. Sweet, delicious orange cherry tomato with high yields. Indeterminate – must be trellised. Sungold Cherry tomatoes
Supersweet 100 Cherry TomatoesSupersweet 100 Cherry Tomato. 60 Days. Productive small/medium red cherry. Indeterminate. Supersweet 100 Cherry Tomato
Mockvich Tomato 50 days. Yellow straightneck summer squash.
Brandywine Tomato 78 days. One of the most flavorful tomatoes. Large fruits, often over 1 lb., have a deep pink skin and smooth, red flesh. Indeterminate (requires trellising). Brandywine Tomato
Marketmore 76 Cucumbers58 days. Long, slender, dark green cucumbers. The slender, refined “Marketmore look” has long been the standard for slicing cucumbers in the North.
Autumn Delight80 days. Uniform fruit with rich, dark green skin. Autumn Delight
Yellowfin Summer Squash50 days. Productive yellow summer squash. Yellowfin Squash
Multipik Summer Squash50 days. Yellow straightneck summer squash. Multipik Squash
Lemon Sun Summer Squash50 days. Yellow Patty Pan variety to brighten the garden. Lemon Sun
Dunja Zucchini Squash47 days. High-yielding zucchini with short spines. Dunja Zucchini
California Wonder Sweet Pepper,77 days. Sweet bell pepper. Ripens red. Sweet Pepper
Alma Paprika Sweet Pepper80 days. A sweet, prolific multi-use pepper that can be eaten fresh, pickled or dried. Plants are loaded with thick-walled peppers that develop just a hint of warmth. The 1–2 inch fruit start out creamy white, and then turn to orange. Alma Pepper
Ace Sweet Pepper50 days for green harvest, 70 for red. Extra early and productive. Ace Pepper
Hinkelhatz Hot Pepper80-90 days. Cultivated by the Pennsylvania Dutch since the mid-1880s; name translates as “chicken heart.” Traditionally used for pickling and making pepper vinegar. Small fruits ripen from green to glossy red.
Aurora Hot Pepper60-75 days. Stunning 1½” long fruits borne on foot-high ornamental plants, perfect for container growing. Fruits ripen from lavender to deep purple to orange and finally to red. Medium hot. Aurora Pepper
El Jefe Jalapeño Pepper67 days. Best combination of earliness and yield in a jalapeño. El Jefe Pepper
Jalapeño PepperCylindrical fruits are of the smaller, traditional size Jalapeno Pepper
LovagePerennial celery relative with strong flavor for many culinary uses. Unbeatable in potato salad! Lovage
Ground CherriesGolden husk cherries with a fruity, pineapple flavor. Also called Pineapple Tomatillos, as fruits are wrapped in a papery skin. Great for kids! Cherries
Nasturtium55-65 days to maturity. Beautiful edible flowers in a yellow to orange color palette with an arugula-like bite.
Flashback CalendulaAlso known as pot marigold, common marigold, and Scotch marigold. Edible flowers brighten salads with tangy and slightly bitter flavor. Also great for use in homemade salves. Calendula
“Carpet of Snow” Sweet AlyssumA great companion plant which can be used as ground cover and too attract beneficials in the garden. A mustard relative, edible flowers have a peppery flavor. Carpet of snow

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