Stuck at Home Due to COVID-19? How about planting some flowers & vegetables from Bartram’s Garden

As we begin to welcome beautiful, warm spring days, a safe way of dealing with the restrictions of COVID-19 would be to plant some flowers in the front yard or start a small vegetable or herb garden out back. 

To do that quickly and safely would be to go online and check out some of the plants and vegetables available at the Bartram’s Garden annual Spring Plant Sale.  

Orders can be placed on from their website:  www.bartramsgarden.org  and then arrange to pick up your choices on a grab-and-go basis between May 16th and May 23rd from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 

Bartram’s Garden is conveniently located at 5400 Lindbergh Blvd. and is accessible via the SEPTA 36 trolley.

“We wish we could see your faces and talk with you in the Garden, but for now we’re doing everything we can to provide you with these life-sustaining and enriching plants.” That is the message from Maitreyi Roy, the executive director of Bartram’s.  “As you make your purchases, know that your support helps us immensely as we navigate these difficult times,” the garden advises on its website.

The Spring Plant Sale has a wide assortment of flowering perennials, select vegetables, vines, shrubs, and trees which can beautify our Southwest community or provide food in an economical and healthy way.  

The website can help one decide what growing things are suitable for sun or shade and what the watering requirements are (click the “Filter By” menu).

Gardeners can pay for orders online or at check out.  Bartram’s request customers select a pick up time before checking out!  It will confirm the items ordered and the desired pickup time.

Orders can be placed at the website, www.bartramsgarden.org    For more information phone 215-729-5281 or email info@bartramsgarden.org 

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