The Bummer News
Neonicotinoid insecticide residues have been found on nursery and big-box store plants. Neonics are one of the contributing factors to colony collapse disorder in honeybees. Recent studies have also concluded that they may pose risks to human health. Read more about this issue here.
The Good News!
Our seedlings are neonic-free! In fact, they’re free of all pesticides and synthetic fertilizers and are safe for bees, birds and you.
Join us at these upcoming seedling sales events
- Saturday, April 26, 10a – 2p – Villa Park Open House (see where the seedlings are grown and pick up early-season crops)
- Saturday, May 3, 10a – 1p – St. Paul Lutheran Church parking lot in Wheaton
- Saturday, May 10, 9a – 1p – SCARCE parking lot in Glen Ellyn
The event at SCARCE includes option to purchase compost and order rain barrels. SCARCE will also accept various garden donations (garden tools, tomato cages…).
- Saturday, May 17, 10a – 4p – Gardenology event in Geneva