Fall is here once again, and while the garden slowly fades, new thoughts stir of spring—and spring plantings.
During Autumn Market & Encampment on October 14, 2017, we will be presenting our first ever seed and spice sale with all proceeds to benefit Washington Crossing Historic Park’s garden programs. All of our seeds, teas, and spices are proudly non-GMO and organic. Supplies are limited and these items will be sold ONLY on Saturday, October 14.
Seeds to be showcased include our gorgeous Flanders poppies, my all-summer blooming calendula, the rare and ancient blue-podded capucinjer peas, catnip, and some other special finds. We will also have a delightful lavender/chamomile loose-leaf tea and several single spices such as thyme and rosemary in adorable reusable tins. These make great gifts and keepsakes for your budding gardeners and fans of history!
Depending on their readiness come Saturday, there may also be some fresh produce, including bath cos lettuce, round black Spanish radishes, red blood turnip-rooted beets, white egg turnips, nasturtiums, and possibly some early scarlett horn carrots.
If you mention this blog post at the time of purchase, you will also receive a lavender sachet while supplies last. Hope to see you this weekend!