Bring and Buy plant and vegetable sales this weekend

Bring and Buy plant sale

Bring and Buy plant sale at Hagg Lane allotments

Hagg Lane and District Gardeners’ Allotments Society are hosting Bring and Buy plant and vegetable sales this weekend.

The events are scheduled for Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 May, 9.30am-2.30pm.

Organised by local volunteers, the sales take place at Back Lane allotments. The non-profit making group hopes to raise funds towards a new trading hut for the benefit of the allotmenting and wider local community Refreshments will be available.

Below are some of our planned surplus fruit, vegetable and flowering plants they hope to have on offer. Hanging baskets will also be on sale.

Vegetables:

Tomatoes (10+ Varieties) Tomatoes-Tumbling Tom Cucumber Lettuce (inc cut and come again) Aubergine Beetroot Broad Beans Broccoli Butternut Squashes Cabbage x4 Cauliflower Chard Chilli Peppers Collard Courgette Fennel French Bean Heritage Cabbage Jerusalem Artichoke Kale Leeks Pak Choi Parsnip Peas Peppers Pumpkins
Rhubarb Runner Beans Spinach Sprouts (3 Varieties) Sprouts (Club Root Resistant) Swede Sweet Corn

Flowers:

Begonia Chrysanthemums Cosmos Dahlia Echinacea Foxgloves Geranium Lavender Lobelia Marigold (4 Varieties) Pansy Petunia Rudbeckia Streptocarpus Sunflowers Sweet Peas Fruit Blackcurrants Blueberries Melons Gooseberries- Red Gooseberries- White Strawberry Plants

Plus various herbs.

Hagg Lane and District Gardeners’ Allotments Society

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