Springdale 2021 FFA Plant Sale

The plants of the Springdale Chargers 2021 FFA Online Plant Sale are selling fast but there is still a selection of flowers and vegetables from which to choose.

Students in Mary Walker’s Plant Science class manage a 2,700 sq foot greenhouse to grow over 5,000 plants from seed to maturity. The plants they have grown are being sold, until May 4th, to further support the program. An online ordering – pick-up arrangement process is in place this year due to COVID restrictions. You can view the plants and order online at DPGazette.com/springdaleplantsale. If the item is no longer available, it will show on this site. The pricing is excellent, $2 for 4” veggies and flowers, $3 for tomatoes. Discounts are available when you spend $100, $200, or more on your order. Pick-up dates are being scheduled for May 3rd (8 am – 4 pm) and May 4th (9 am – 6 pm). The greenhouse is located behind the school, next to the football field.

If you need help ordering or have any questions, please call Matt Gines at 509-863-3139, email [email protected].

Sources:

Springdalechargers.com/greenhouse

Facebook.com/MaryWalkerSD/posts/3116693221727524

Stock Photo By Terriell Scrimager

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