• May 20, 2018 | Sunday, before and after 9 and 11 a.m. worship services

    Green Team Great Annual Plant Sharing and Sale

    Upper level parking

    Join us Sunday, May 20 for what has become an annual event at Plymouth Church — The Green Team’s Annual Plant Sharing and Sale!

    Once again, we will be selling pesticide-free native-Iowa plants from Blooming Prairie Landscaping located in Carlisle. Robert Wubbens, owner, will also be selling worm castings, a terrific fertilizer, and giving lots of free advice on growing a prairie, even a very small one. His website has more information and pictures. Visit bloomingprairieiowa.com

    Our heirloom tomatoes come from Coyote Run Farm, an organic farm near Lacona, Iowa. Generously grown and donated by owners Matt Russell and Patrick Standley, these tomatoes provide a variety of colors, sizes and taste. Try something new this year. Their website includes more information on all of their products. Visit coyote-run-farm.com

    Both of these wonderful farms share the hope of preserving our land and water, free of pesticides, saving plant species from our past and are willing to share their products with all of us.

    We also are providing an opportunity for YOU to share your excess plants with your friends at Plymouth. Just bring them to the marked area on the lower level of the garage on Saturday, May 19.

    Then return for the sale on Sunday before and after 9 and 11 a.m. worship services.


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