The seedlings are happily growing! The weather is waking the soil up fast and calling us to plant earlier than usual.
Check out our list of upcoming events below. Our organically raised seedlings* will be available and ready for planting in your garden. We’ll also have the on-site Honey Trails honey, Primrose Farm’s wheat flour and on-site raised cage-free eggs.
* Some seedlings will be available this Saturday and Sunday at Primrose’s Women’s History Weekend: kale, chard, brussel sprouts and lettuces. At Go Green and Gardenology, we’ll have kale, collards, chard, lettuces, okra, 7 varieties of tomatoes, 4 varieties of peppers, eggplant, ground cherries, cucumbers, summer squash/zucchini, and basil!
Women’s History Weekend Event
Saturday and Sunday, March 24th and 25th, 9 AM-3 PM
The folks of Primrose Farm offer a trip back in time to reflect on how women’s roles shifted around the time of the World Wars.
Go Green! Event
Sunday, April 22nd, 12 PM-4 PM
Fullersburg Woods Nature Center in Oak Brook
Loads of fun activities for the whole family! Learn about composting, explore the woods, discover how prescription burns help natural areas, bring old crayons and recycle them for new ones, take a ride on an energy bike, and much more!
Gardenology Event in Geneva
Saturday, May 19th, 10 AM-4 PM
At this large outdoor gardening fair, we’ll be selling our seedlings and will share tips on how to plant tomatoes and your other favorite veggies. Our booth will be on the east side of Geneva’s courthouse.