Hill's Edible Landscapes
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Plant Start CSA

pLANT START CSA (pscsa)

What is a plant start csa?

Similar to a vegetable CSA from your favorite local farmer who grows just enough of their CSA Members favorite veggies and provides you with a box of goodies every week; we sow and grow just enough veggie & herb starts for our Plant Start CSA (PSCSA) Members and provide you with a box of goodies when planting time is just right. We have a number of great share options available to help you with decision making, or, for the more adventurous we have a custom share option!

WHY YOU SHOULD GROW OUR PLANTS

Our plants are all grown to order using sustainable & environmentally friendly practices. We use locally sourced organic soils fertilizers and never use chemical pesticides. All seeds, potting soil, and amendments will be Certified Organic or OMRI Listed for Organic use, we even use CowPots to eliminate the use of plastics in our production. Unlike the starts sold at your typical 'Big Box' Store, our focus is on organic, open-pollinated, heirloom, and never GMO. Choosing varieties that perform well in our unique growing climate is a priority.  Specific varieties are driven by PSCSA member requests so don't be shy to share your favorites with us! 

Our goal is to provide you with all of your favorite plants starts without driving all over town to find them. 

For best pricing and guaranteed availability be sure purchase your PSCSA and pre-order your veggies before January 15, 2018!

WE OFFER OTHER GREAT SERVICES TO HELP YOUR GARDEN FLOURISH!

HOW DOES IT WORK?

  1. Sign-up to receive one of our four different share options
  2. We do all of the sowing, germinating and growing for you
  3. You pick up all of your garden ready veggie starts OR we can deliver them directly to you (delivery fee starting at $15)
  4. Grow, harvest and enjoy your delicous produce!
  1. We can design and install the perfect garden and watering system for you and your family
  2. Already have a garden space? We can plan your crop layout, including succession and rotation plantings
  3. We can send a crew member out to clear and prep your beds and even plant your starts
  4. Our maintenance team specializes in the organic support of vegetable gardens; from weeding & watering to organic fertilizing, harvesting and fall clean up.
 

Cocktail Garden Share

Cocktail Garden Share

70.00

Be the toast of the town with all the muddles, garnishes and stirs you need to throw a party. Mix up tasty punches and drinks with spearmint, Thai basil, lavender, lemon balm, cilantro, parsley, rosemary, cucumber, strawberries and more!

Available for Free Pick Up on Saturday, May 12, 2018

This package will plant a 2'x8' bed or 4'x4' bed (16sf)

Lemon Balm

Lemon balm leaves perks up any drink with a light, citrusy note. This tough perennial is easy to grow and will provide you with a ton of fragrant foliage. Try harvesting a few leaves and freezing them in ice cubes for a beautiful and refreshing treat.

Lavender

Lavender, one of the most loved herbs, is often absent from the culinary garden. But use its fragrant purple flowers as a garnish or stirring stick for a martini, or use them to impart an intriguing flavor to lemonade.

Marigold

You may not think to cook with marigolds, but signet varieties pack a big punch in their puny petals. Their flavor is a little on the spicy side, so they go great with butters or cream sauces, which temper their punch.

Chives

Refreshing chives go with just about everything savory -- try them in a bloody Mary, for example. Chives' foliage has a grassy texture, so it looks good with just about everything in the garden, too.

Mint

Add a cool touch to any drink with a sprig of mint -- crush it for a delightful minty mojito, freeze it in an ice cube to bring zing to lemonade, or simply use it as a fragrant garnish.

Strawberry

There's a seemingly endless number of ways to use strawberries in summer drinks -- martinis, daiquiris, and margaritas all come to mind. Or use this sweet, delicious fruit to decorate your drinks.

Basil

Basil is one of the most versatile herbs you can grow. While it's a no-brainer for pesto, pizza, and other Italian dishes, try a basil martini or crush it to make refreshing lemonade.

Cherry Red Tomato

Tomatoes are a main ingredient in bloody Marys, but don't limit yourself. Float cherry tomatoes in martinis or other drinks for added color and flavor.

 

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