If you’ve never experienced the joy of accomplishing more than you can imagine, plant a garden. –Robert Brault
Lia’s Garden at CommonWealth is offering a wide variety of vegetable, flower, herb & pollinator seedlings from now through early June.
Please note: Due to the coronavirus, we’ve switched to online ordering with curbside pick-up.
Thursdays, 4-6 pm
Fridays 4-6 pm
and Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm
Location: 1016 NW 32nd (CommonWealth Urban Farms – in front of our hoop house)
Go to www.eliawoods.com for more information and to place your order.
We’re also on Facebook at Lia’s Garden at CommonWealth.
And we’ll have our seedlings at the Paseo Farmers Market; online orders with pickup starting April 18th.
Veggie seedlings will include leafy greens, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, green onions, cucumbers, okra, pineapple tomatillos, watermelon & sweet potato slips. Check Lia’s website for current availability
Flower seedlings Amaranths, ornamental Basil (Aromatto & Cardinal), Black-eyed Susan (rudbeckia), Celosia (cockscomb), cosmos, dianthus (Sweet William), false queen anne’s lace (ammi), feverfew, ‘Frosted Explosion’ grass, gomphrena, larkspur, lisianthus, marigolds, Mahogany Splendor hibiscus, nigella, blue salvia, saponaria, snapdragons, statice, sunflowers, sweet peas, yarrow and zinnias, with a special emphasis on the best flowers for cutting. Check Lia’s website for current availability
Herb seedlings A few available in March; most will be ready by late April
Basils (Genovese, Greek, purple), Borage, Catmint, Catnip, Chives, Cilantro, Cutting Celery, Dill, Fennel, Lavender, Lemongrass, Lemon Balm, Lovage, Mints, Parsley, Rue, Rosemary, Sage, Spilanthes (toothache plant), Stinging Nettle, Thyme. Check Lia’s website for current availability
Pollinator seedlings We have milkweed – LOTS of milkweed! Plus bee balm (monardas), gaillardia (blanket flower), columbine, rudbeckias (black-eyed susan), salvias, tithonia (Mexican sunflower), grasses, rue, fennel, dill, and many, many more. Check Lia’s website for current availability