Picardo Plant and Bake Sale And Lemonade Stand May 20
Ever wonder why P-patches are called that? Until recently I thought it was pea-patch. Turns out the P actually stands for Picardo – a farm that is known for its community gardens and rich soil.
You can find more about that here.
The Picardo P-patch is hosting its annual sale featuring plants grown by Rent’s Due Ranch and Ruthy’s Hobby as well as baked goods and a lemonade stand.
Here’s the list of plants available for purchase:
Tomatoes including, Cherokee Purple, Mortgage Lifter, Pink Berkeley Tie Dye, Brandywine, Green Zebra, Prudens Purple, Yellow Brandywine, Black Prince, Paisano, Speckled Roman, Sungold, Super Sweet 100.
Tomatillos, sweet peppers, hot peppers, cucumbers, lettuce, peas, beans, squash, herbs (basil, mint, oregano, thyme), baked goods and lemonade.
All plant sale and bake sale proceeds benefit Picardo P-Patch
All proceeds from the Lemonade Stand benefit the Children’s Garden
If you would like to help with the bake sale, please contact Patty Abrahamsen at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Saturday, May 20 10am-1pm
Picardo P-patch 26th Ave. N.E. & N.E. 82nd St.