Free Tomato and Sweet Pepper Plants Ready for Adoption

Plenty of sweet pepper and tomato plants are thriving here but need to be adopted soon. Watch for supplies of them, especially on weekends, near the driveway at 1626 Burnett, and say hello if you have the time and see that someone is around. We have started to harden off the plants, but they still need to be kept in a safe space until transplanting them into the ground after the last threat of a freeze. We estimate that to be May 10. All plants started here on Burnett, mostly with organic seed. They have been fertilized with Neptune liquid fish emulsion and seaweed  on about April 26. Free will donations recommended but not required with proceeds to Mustard Seed Farm for its well and water system. We will try to have a donation can either nearby the plant table or by the mail box. Or donate directly to MSF. Donate | Mustard Seed Community Farm (

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