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2023 Plant Sales
Official Plant List:

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Amaranth (Amaranthus caudatus)

           Love Lies Bleeding; Coral Fountain

Bachelor's Buttons (Centaurea cyanus)

           Polka Dot Blend; Tall Double Mixed Colors

Calendula (Calendula officinalis), Resina

Chamomile (Matricaria recutita), Zloty Lan

Cosmos, (Cosmos bipinnatus)

          Bright Lights; Sensations Blend

Dianthus, Sweet William


         Chater's Double Mix; Creme de Cassis;

         Indian Spring Mix; Jet Black

Marigold (Tagetes spp.)

        Brocade Mix; Lemon Gem; Pinwheel

Nasturtium (Trapaeolum majus)

         Alaska Mix; Empress of India;

        Night and Day; Tip Top Alaska

Nicotiana, Jasmine-scented

Snapdragon, Cherry Twist; Lion's Mouth Blend;

        Fordhook Tall Mixed Colors

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium), Colorado Mix

Zinnias, Benary's Giants Mix; Country Fair Blend;           Magarenia; State Fair Mixed Colors;   



Broccoli, DeCicco; Umpqua; Waltham 29

Brussels Sprouts, Roodnerf

Cabbage, Green, 

         Early Jersey Wakefield; Golden Acre

Cabbage, Napa, Hilton

Cauliflower, Rober

Celeriac, Monarch

Celery, Ventura; Tall Utah

Chard, Rainbow Mix

Collards, Georgia Southern

Cucumber, slicing

          Marketmore; Shintokiwa; Lemon

Cucumber, pickling

         Little Leaf; National Pickler; Salt and Pepper

Eggplant, AsianPing Tung

Eggplant, Italian

         Black Beauty; Listada di Gandia; Diamond

Kale, mixed variety pack

Lettuce, Romaine, Red Oak, Butterhead

Ground Cherry, Goldie

Fennel, bulb, Finale

Okra, Red Burgundy

Peppers, Sweet (many varieties)

Peppers, Hot (many varieties)

Pumpkin (Pie and Carving)

Squash, summer (several varieties)

Squash, winter (many varieties)

Swiss chard, Rainbow mix


Tomato, Cherry

        Sungold F1; Sakura F1; Black Cherry; 

        Blush; Pink Bumblebee; Peacevine

Tomato, Standard Slicing

         New Girl F1; Big Beef F1

Tomato, Heirloom

         Orange Brandywine; Principe Borghese;

          Black Krim; German Johnson

Tomato, Paste

         Amish Paste; San Marzano
Zucchini (several varieties)


Canteloupe, PMR Delicious 51


Watermelon, red

         Blacktail Mountain; Moon and Stars

Watermelon, yellow

        Early Moonbeam

Culinary and Medicinal Herbs:

Angelica (Angelica archangelica)

Anise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum)

Ashwagandha (Withania somniferum)

Basil (Ocimum basilicum)

       Sweet Italian; Thai; Purple; Lemon

Basil, Holy or Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum)

Borage (Borago officinalis)


Cilantro, Santo

Dill, Bouquet

Elecampane (Inula helenium)

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)

        English; Munstead; Provence; Vera

Lavender (Lavendula densiflora)

        Goodwin Creek

Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis)

Lemongrass (Symbopogon flexuosus)

Mint, Peppermint (Mentha piperita)

Mint, Spearmint (Mentha spicata)

Nettles, Stinging (Urtica dioica)

Oregano, Greek (Origanum heracleoticum)

Parsley, Flat and Curly


Sage, Broadleaf (Salvia officinalis)

Sage, Clary (Salvia sclarea)

Sage, White (Salvia apiana)

Savory, Summer


Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora)

Sweet Annie (Artemesia annua)

Spilanthes (Spilanth acmela), "Tootheache Plant"

Thyme (Thymus vulgaris), German Winter

Other Perennials:

Currant, Black (Ribes nigrum)

Elder, Black (Sambucus nigra)

Rhubarb (Rheum rhababarum)

The Plants

We love participating in the entire plant life cycle at Fledgling Farmstead! ​With the exception of a few difficult-to-grow herbs, all of the plants offered through our CSA, retail and wholesale markets began their lives on the farm.  

We also grow annual and perennial plant starts for sale in the spring. The 2023 growing season will be our third year of offering a diverse array of plant starts for our community!

VEGGIES                            MELONS                      FLOWERS 






Find our plants at:

South Royalton Market: New for 2023!

Look for our most popular plant starts now through Memorial Day!

Crossmolina Farm's Cookeville Market:

          May 19-20      Fridays: 8:30-6

          May 26-27     Saturdays: 8:30-2

On-farm plant sales, 10am-4pm:

        May 20 & 21

         May 27, 28 & 29

Chelsea Farmer's Market:

          Fridays, 3-6, starting May 20


While we are not certified organic, we  are committed to organic, regenerative principles.


We use organic quality potting soil, organic seeds whever possible, and never the use pesticides or other harmful chemicals that would impact the quality or safety of plants used as food or medicine. We have found that the cost of official organic certification just doesn't make sense at this time for our small-scale farmstead; if you ever have any questions about our growing practices, just ask!

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