Vegetables, Seeds, Herbs, Peppers – All Available May 20!

Purchase by the kit or many kits. What’s a KIT?  Each kit has a focus to fit your space, your choices of vegetables, the way you cook and season….designed by Flint gardeners – and results of what more than 100 people told us!

A Kitchen Garden Kit has 19 transplants and 7 varieties of seeds. This kit brings you slicing and cherry tomatoes, basil, sweet & jalapeno peppers, collards, okra, cucumber and watermelon plants ready for your garden AND seeds – carrots, bush beans, zucchini, and butternut squash – all for $12. Responding to requests for greens, the Greens Kit contains 12 transplants – collards, cabbage, and kale and a great array of seeds:  turnip, mustard, lettuce, spinach and beets. For $10.   Need peppers?  The Pepper Pack has Habanero, Poblano-Ancho, Serrano, Jalapeno, and Lunchbox Peppers. ($10) And the Herb Kit has Thai Basil, Sweet Basil, Oregano, Thyme, Sage, and Rosemary plants and a grand bunch of seeds including Cilantro, Chives, Garlic Chives, Dill, Parsley, AND Nasturtiums. ($15). Compost – a 30 pound bag for $8. Order forms are on-line at or at the Edible Flint website or call 810 348-5332. Due by May 6. Purchases may be made with cash, credit cards, and EBT.

THE GRAND DISTRIBUTION DAY is planned for May 20th – pick up your plants, and join in a festival of information –  soil info (what’s ph mean anyway?), compost (what is it and how much do I need), planting seeds, spacing transplants, making soup, recipes, and music. Starts at 11:30 in the Neighborhood Engagement Hub parking lot at 3216 M.L. King. AND if your organization wants to share information at a table under the tent, call 810 348-5332 to arrange for a table.

Edible Flint’s online ordering is open – orders due by May 6th

Vegetables, Seeds, Herbs, Peppers - All Available May 20!

Vegetables, Seeds, Herbs, Peppers - All Available May 20!

Vegetables, Seeds, Herbs, Peppers - All Available May 20!

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