DENVER URBAN HOMESTEADING

Seedlings that were sold at the

market this spring:
Artichoke, basil, chard, eggplant, ground cherry, kale, lavender, pepper (hot and sweet), and lots of tomatoes (Amish Paste, Banana Legs, Beefsteak, Black Plum, Black Prince, Black Sea Man, Carbon, Cherokee Chocolate, Cherokee Purple, Cosmonaut Volkov, Green Zebra, Japanese Trifele, Kellogg's Breakfast, Nyagous, Opalka Paste, Orange Banana, Pantano Romanesco, Principe Borghese, Pruden's Purple, Red Brandywine, Rose de Berne, San Marzano, Siletz, Stupice, Weisnichts Ukrainian).

 All plants are grown from organic seed in homemade, organic potting mix, and watered with filtered water. No chemicals of any kind are ever used. No pesticides are ever used. No GMOs, ever.  YOU CAN

STILL BUY THESE PLANTS FROM

Sage Thymes Greenhouse & Gardens,

8550 W. Ohio Place, Lakewood 80226.

SALE ENDS JUNE 15, 2015.

 

Market  

FALL 2015 CLASSES TO BE SCHEDULED.  Stay tuned.

 

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THE MARKET IS CLOSED,

at least temporarily, but the farmers are still around.  Here’s where you can find them:

·                  HARVEST ACRES, pork, goat, raw cow and raw goat milk shares at Old South Pearl St Market, Sundays 9-1

·                  NINJA COOKIES at Highland Farmers’ Market Saturdays 9-1

·                  MINI-MOOS DAIRY, goat milk and cheese, Old South Pearl Street Market, Sundays 9-1

·                  WISE ACRES, lamb, eggs, dry soup and fresh vegetables at Old South Pearl Street Market

·                  SAGE THYMES, vegetable seedlings at Sage Thymes Greenhouse & Gardens, 8550 W Ohio Place, Lakewood, during May and June

·                  THE JELLY JAR, call Joanne at 251-1628 (dial 720 first) or at Harry’s Urban Farmers’ Market Sat mornings in July, Aug and Sept at Crofton Elem. School, 2409 Arapahoe

·                  LOCAL HONEY sold now at Earthdog Denver, 370 Kalamath St (location of the Chicken Swaps)  Hours:

M-F 630am-7pm;  Sat 8am-7pm;  Sun 2-7pm

(There is a good chance we will be back with a Winter Market in the Earthdog Denver building)

 

As for us, we’re working daily on litigation to cancel the trademark for “urban homesteading” in order to get our Facebook page back, now in our fifth year.  Our government has failed all of us by issuing trademarks they have no authority to issue and then not canceling them when they are required to do so.  Small businesses should not have to endure endless litigation just to remain operating.  – James and Irina Bertini

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Last updated: 06/11/15.