Organic Transplant Sales at HPF
THE ORGANIC TRANSPLANT SALES
Thank you to all that joined us in 2021! Please keep an eye out on our social media and sign up for our newsletter to be up-to-date for the 2022 sales in April & May.
Each year, the farmers at Heritage Prairie Farm prepare a wide variety of USDA certified organic transplants to help get your vegetable gardens started. Heritage Prairie Farm offers all organic transplants for sale. The events typically feature items such as herbs, kale, lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, and so much more.
In preparation for the plant sales next year, check out the 2021 Transplant Guide. Inside this PDF is an example of what transplants might be available and a brief description. It’ll make it easy to get your own vegetable garden up and growing this season. Who’s ready to get planning for an awesome year?
This events are held at:
Heritage Prairie Farm,
2N308 Brundige Road
Elburn, IL 60119.
Questions about our Plant Sale? Feel free to call our Farm Office at (630) 443-5989
Our spring transplant sale is one of our favorite events of the year.
If you’re looking forward to getting your hands dirty and your garden started, then you’ll want to start early!
Get your beautiful spring garden growing with Organic Transplants like lettuce, beets, and much more! Spring is also a wonderful season to begin thinking about what will be in your herb garden.
Heritage Prairie Farm will host a spring plant sale next April. Visit us on the Farm this spring to pick up all your gardening needs. Don’t forget to talk to our farmers as well. They always have great tips on how to care for your plants.
Summer is the time for gardening and good food! Why not start it off right with beautiful organic transplants?
Get your summer garden growing with Organic Transplants like peppers, herbs, and of course tomatoes! We have heirloom, slicer, paste, and cherry tomatoes.
There are a variety of tomato plants available and we can’t wait to share them with you.
Heritage Prairie Farm will host summer plant sales next year.
Be sure to view the 2021 brochure to get an idea of what plants to expect this year.