May 7

Get your seedlings here!

My farmer doubles as my gardener! It’s true. Despite my good intentions to turn my garden, nourish it with fresh compost, and plant an early spring crop of lettuce, spinach and more, it’s rare that it actually happens. This year is no exception, except I’ve been partially saved by the late-planted spinach and kale I put in the ground last October that is miraculously thriving this spring. Nevertheless, in just a short time, my farmer will save the day once again. Yes, I’ll be loading up with organic seedlings at this year’s Urban Oaks Organic Farm Seedling Sale – the biggest organic seedling sale in Connecticut…if not further! You definitely don’t want to miss it!

While I was thinking about the sorry shape of my garden last week, I stopped by the farm to see how things were shaping up. These pictures tell the story better than I ever could.


If you find yourself in the same boat as I, or if you’re just now thinking how great and easy it would be to grow your own organic produce this summer, this seedling sale is for you!



Friday, May 17 | noon – 6:00pm

Saturday, May 18 | 9:00am – 2:00pm

Sale will run for 4 consecutive weeks during regular farm stand hours
Fridays 2:00 – 6:00pm  | Saturdays 10:00am – 1:00pm.

225 Oak Street, New Britain, CT  06051

There’s always lots going on at the farm, from seasonal festivals and CSAs (both summer and winter!) to their year-round farm stand featuring organic produce, baked goods, cheeses, meats and products from Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts and New York!  Chances are good you’ll see me there, so be sure to say hi!

Until then, eat clean live well!

Terry Walters






  1. Posted May 7, 2013 at 8:11 pm | Permalink

    do you have wheat grass seedlings?

  2. Posted May 9, 2013 at 7:30 am | Permalink

    Hi Cindy,

    Wheat grass doesn’t require seedlings. You can buy wheat berries in the bulk section of your natural food store and sprout them yourself in just over a week. All you need is a wire mesh straining basket, a bowl and a container to grow them in w/either soil or a base layer that retains water. There are also many kits available (probably also at your natural food store) or online.

    Good luck!


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