Sales (online only) begin on Thursday, May 13 at 7 AM! Click this link to access the shop!

The primary goal of this seedling sale is to support you, our community, in growing your home gardens by providing you with top-quality, flower, organic vegetable, and herb seedlings. Any proceeds we make will go directly to supporting the mission of Growing to Give.

What seedlings will be available for sale?

We will have a wonderful variety of top-quality flower, organic vegetable, and herb seedlings to offer you with some heirloom varieties. We will also have a selection of Spring-dug perennials, generously donated again by one of our volunteers. Included in the sale, we expect to have:

  • Tomatoes
  • Cherry tomatoes
  • Eggplants
  • Peppers (sweet and spicy)
  • Chard
  • Lettuce (variety pack)
  • Herbs (Basil, Dill, Parsley)
  • Summer Squash
  • Cucumber
  • Winter squash
  • Flowers (Alyssum, Amaranth, Marigolds, Nasturtiums, Blue Salvia, Sunflowers, Tithonia, and Zinnias)
  • Dahlia tubers (Pink Cactus, Small Deep Red-a family heirloom, Orange Honeycomb, and Lavender Cactus)
  • Spring-dug perennials (including hellebores, bee balm, sedum, coneflowers, hostas, and more!)
  • Elderberries (rooted slips from our bushes)
  • Pussy willows (rooted cuttings)

How do I find the online shop?

The link to the online shop will be sent out over email, shared on social media, and added to this page early on May 13.

How long will the online shop be open?

The shop will open Thursday, May 13, at 7 AM and close at midnight on Tuesday, May 18.

When do I pick up my seedlings?

When you make your purchase, you will also be able to select a two-hour window for picking up your seedlings at the farm, 30 E. Coxon Rd, Brunswick, ME

  • Thursday, May 20, 10 am – 12 Noon
  • Thursday, May 20, 12 Noon – 2 pm
  • Friday, May 21, 10 am – 12 Noon
  • Friday, May 21, 12 Noon – 2 pm
  • Saturday, May 22, 10 am – 12 Noon
  • Saturday, May 22, 12 Noon – 2 pm

What do I need to bring when I pick up my seedlings?

Please bring your own box, tray, basket, or wagon to put your seedlings in. 

Will COVID-19 protocols be followed?

All staff and volunteers will be wearing a mask and will avoid close contact. Please wear a mask when coming to the farm. Hand sanitizer will be available. Do not come to pick up seedlings if you are feeling ill–please send someone else to pick up your order.

How will the pickup process work? 

(Please note: This is different from 2020!)

When you arrive, park your car, bring the container you brought for your seedlings, and go to the check-in tent where you will be given a copy of your pre-paid seedling order. Follow the signs to the locations for vegetables, flowers, and perennials.  Volunteers will assist you in picking out the seedlings you have purchased and will check them off your order sheet. 

Can I pay for my seedlings at the farm?

To keep track of our inventory, you will need to pay for your order online.  You should receive a confirmation email when completing your purchase.

What if I want to buy more seedlings at the farm?

If we have annuals or perennials leftover that did not sell online, there will be a table with these plants that can be purchased by credit card, check, or cash.

Can I plant my seedlings right away?

No, you will need to “harden off” your plants before planting them in your garden, meaning gradually introducing them to the outdoors. Don’t put them in direct sun or a windy location. Take them outside for short periods of time, adding an hour or so each day for a week, to gradually expose them to sunlight, wind, and uneven temperatures. They should be ready to plant in the garden after the danger of frost has passed. 


If you have questions, please contact Patty at