Organic vegetables and herbs available at Heritage Prairie Farm's 7th annual sale

The seventh annual Organic Transplant Sales at Heritage Prairie Farm in Elburn will take place on Saturdays, April 24, May 8 and 15, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the greenhouse, 2N308 Brundige Road, with an additional date on Saturday, May 1, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Growin' Green Market held at SCARCE, 800 S Rohlwing Road (Route 53) in Addison.

With spring on the horizon and many people ready to start planting their gardens, Heritage Prairie Farm is offering a wide array of vegetable and herb transplants for the seventh year.

A brochure with a list of available plants is posted on the website at

All of our transplants are USDA Certified Organic and include such plants as tomatoes, herbs, squash, peppers, kale, and much more.

With an influx of home gardeners over the past year, seed shortages this spring had many gardeners searching for inventory. As a USDA Certified Organic Farm, patrons of the plant sales can be assured that the transplants have been grown with the same organic practices as all of the produce Heritage Farm sells.

Heritage Prairie Farm is a USDA certified organic farm and all-inclusive wedding and events venue located just west of Geneva. They strive to continually give back to the community, through sustainable farming practices as well as events. Heritage Prairie Farm provides organic produce and microgreens to city and local restaurants, and to the community through the Community Supported Agriculture program and online produce ordering (launching soon). The all-inclusive weddings feature custom menus, a spacious events tent, and multiple ceremony locations set to the backdrop of Mother Nature.

Questions about the plant sale? Call the farm office at (630) 443-5989.

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Get your spring garden growing with organic transplants like lettuce, beets, and more at the seventh annual sale by Heritage Prairie Farm. The sale also will be coming to DuPage on May 1. Courtesy of Heritage Prairie Farm
Heritage Prairie Farm's seventh annual Organic Transplant Sale will feature Striped German heirloom tomato, Chinese Five Color hot peppers, Salanova green butter lettuce starting Saturday, April 24. Courtesy of Heritage Prairie Farm
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