Aug 18, 2012-
Aug 19, 2012
09:00AM - 05:00PM
OAEC Fall & Winter Garden Plant Sale (Aug 18-19)
OAEC Fall & Winter Garden Plant Sale
15290 Coleman Valley Rd, Occidental, CA 95465
Event Description

The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center's Fall Plant Sale is Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19. Plant sales hours are 9am – 5pm. One-hour tours will be offered at 2 pm each day and at 10 am on Sunday only. Admission and tours are free. One of the great joys of living in Northern California is that we can garden all year and create fall and winter gardens that are diverse, productive, beautiful and tasty. Now is the time to put fall and winter seedlings into the ground while the soil is still warm! We'll be selling hundreds of open-pollinated, heirloom, and rare varieties – all California Certified Organic – many started from our own seed collection. All have been trialed, tasted, and savored for years in our demonstration gardens and kitchen. This plant sale focuses on the fall and winter crops such as heirloom brassicas (broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage, collards, pac choi), lettuces, salad greens, mustards, chards, fennel, leeks, onions, scallions, and herbs, as well as edible flowers. Select from an impressive array of ornamental and edible perennials propagated from our own collections. Please see for a complete list. For information call 874-1557 x.101. The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center is located at 15290 Coleman Valley Road, Occidental, CA 95465.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Occidental Arts & Ecology Center    
Phone: 707-874-1557



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