Followup: Last chance for Arbor Heights-grown tomato plants!

May 10, 2013 at 8:36 am | In Arbor Heights, Gardening, How to help, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

Remember the call for plant pots at Arbor Heights Elementary, for teacher Marcia Ingerslev and her farming first-graders – and the great response? The tomato plants – and some radishes too, we’re told – have been on sale after school this week and you’re welcome today as they sell plants one last time before Ms. Ingerslev has to haul the remainders off to be donated! The parent volunteer who shared the photo says it’s your chance to “be a proud new home to a grown-from-seed tomato plant (or radish) for a donation that goes fully to the farm program.” It’s a short sale window – about 3 pm to 3:30 pm, we’re told – but if you can make it over to Arbor Heights (37th and 104th), the plants await you, at a $2 donation each.

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  1. Great picture and AWESOME work kids!! So good to learn about where our food comes from!!

    Comment by JO — 11:07 am May 10, 2013 #

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