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Spring Plant Sales at Local Farms


If there is anything fresher than buying food directly from local farmers, it’s growing your OWN local food!! We’ve pulled together a list featuring some of our favorite local plant sales. Vegetables, herbs and flowers carefully cultivated by farmers right here in the Lehigh Valley will get your garden off to a great start this season! Support local farms, find some fun new varieties, and enjoy fresh produce right in your own backyard by visiting these plant sales in April and May! 

Crooked Row Farm and Market
3245 Route 309, Orefield, PA 18069
Spring hours start Thursday, April 1:
Mon, 12pm-4pm; Tue-Fri, 10am-5pm; Sat-Sun, 10am-3pm

Hardy herbs available by April 1, and then we’ll keep adding to the Plant Sale as it becomes weather-appropriate to have them out. Brassicas and lettuce in mid-April; tomatoes and other hot-weather crops by the end of April/beginning of May. Pre-order online HERE.
Growing Practices: Certified Organic
Eagle Point Farm Market
853 Trexlertown Rd, Trexlertown, PA 18087
Opening for the season Monday, April 12
Mon-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 9am-5pm
(In May Only, hours are: Monday-Friday, 10a-6p; Saturday, 9am-3pm; Sunday, 12pm-5pm)

Beautiful annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, herbs, vegetable plants and more grown at our farm in Kutztown. Visit our website and check out our varieties HERE.
Growing Practices: Integrated Pest Management; Sustainable using organic practices and conventional means when necessary
Monocacy Farm Project
395 Bridle Path Road, Bethlehem PA 18017
Saturday, May 8; 11am-3pm

Leap into Spring with Monocacy Farm Project when you join us for our first ever Spring on the Farm event. Check out our greenhouse sale featuring a wide variety of plants, take a tour of the farm, and have your questions answered by our staff. Local vendors also will be on hand with great last-minute gifts for Mother’s Day. Admission is free. Sales proceeds benefit Monocacy Farm Project. More information is available HERE.
Growing Practices: Follow organic production practices

Oley Valley Organics

3071 W Philadelphia Ave, Oley, PA 19547
Tues-Fri, 10am-6pm; Sat, 10am-4pm
Mid April we will have cool weather plants including spinach, lettuce. Kale, swiss chard and brassicas. Warmer weather plants such as heirloom tomatoes, peppers, herbs and some flowers will be available early May. We are also excited to offer elderberry plants this year.
Growing Practices: Certified Organic

Red Cat Farm
The Mill in Germansville, 7130 Bake Oven Rd, Germansville 18053
Daily plant sales will begin the middle of April until early June
Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm; Sat, 8am-2pm

Garden vegetable and culinary and medicinal herb starter plants, and onion, strawberry, rhubarb, asparagus, horseradish, gogi berry plants; carrying cotton, broomcorn, tobacco, jobs tears, breadseed poppy, castor bean, cup plant, stevia plants and more. See for schedule of plant availability.
Growing Practices: Chemical free, non GMO, raised on compost heated hot beds
Rodale Institute
611 Siegfriedale Road, Kutztown, PA 19530 United States
Fri, April 2 – Sat, April 3; 10am-4pm
Fri, May 6 – Sat, May 8; 10am-4pm

We have everything you need to get your organic garden growing. Purchase certified organic plants (including vegetables, herbs and flowers) compost, seeds, soil and more! Rodale Institute’s organic gardening experts will be on hand to answer questions about the best plants for your needs. See the April event HERE and the May event HERE.
Growing Practices: Certified Organic
The Seed Farm
5854 Vera Cruz Road, Emmaus
Online ordering and low-contact pick-up at the farm:

  • Starting Sunday, May 2: place orders online (check back here for the link to order!). You will choose a pick-up date from several available days/times when you place your order.
  • May 6-8 and May 13-15: Pick up at the farm, 5854 Vera Cruz Road, Emmaus. Team members will load your order into your car when you drive up.

Choose from a wide selection of vegetables, herbs, and flowers, all grown right here at The Seed Farm. We’ll have your favorites on hand as well as plenty of new, exciting varieties to try. Visit our Facebook event page, where you’ll receive updates, plant variety previews, a shopping list, garden guides, and more.
Growing Practices: All plants are grown without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, and we never use genetically modified seeds.


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