R.E.L.I.C.S. Plant sale

GOOD NEWS!

The R.E.L.I.C.S. have announced that their annual Mother's Day plant sale will still be taking place this year, albeit in a modified format! We want to be sure you can shop safely and that means expanding the options for placing orders and picking them up. Please read below for details on how to support the sale and the selection of plants that will be available.

When & WHERE is the SALE?

 

The sale will be held on Saturday, May 16th from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm at St. Hugh. This includes curbside pick-up for orders placed in advance, as well as an in-person sale for those who want to browse the remaining plant selection at a safe distance. Please read below for details on these two options.

What PLANTS ARE AVAILABLE?

 

The R.E.L.I.C.S. have an assortment of flowers, herbs, and vegetables available for sale. A complete list of items can be found at the bottom of this page. Please note that quantities are limited and plants are first-come, first-served. If there is something you really want, be sure to place an advance order!

WHAT WILL PRICES BE? HOW CAN I PAY?

 

Instead of having set prices for the plants, this year we are asking that people make a donation to R.E.L.I.C.S., preferably by check. Please make checks out to St. Hugh and be sure that you indicate 'R.E.L.I.C.S.' in the memo line. This applies to any advance orders for pick-up and plants purchased on the day of the sale.

Thank you for supporting our outreach mission!

OPTION #1: ORDER AHEAD AND PICK-UP

 

Advance orders can be placed through Thursday, May 14th by emailing Marty Owens. Her email address can be found in the church directory. Please browse the selection (below). Plant orders will be reserved in the order that they are received (first-come, first-served) and Marty can let you know if something you've requested is no longer available.

To retrieve your advance order, please come during the hours of the sale. You can stay in your car and we will bring out your plants & load them for you! See above for payment info.

OPTION #2: SHOP THE SALE IN PERSON

 

For those who prefer to shop the sale in person, all remaining plants will be available during the hours of the sale. If there is something that you really want, you're better off placing an advance order!

We’ll be practicing social distancing and ask that you do the same (i.e., face coverings and 6 foot distance). See above for payment info.

Plant LISTING

 

Below is a list of plants for sale. See above note about pricing and payment. Please note that this list is not being updated in real-time (as advance orders are taken)! For the most up-to-date availability, please contact Marty Owens. Remember, quantities are limited!

TOMATOES

BLACK KRIM

79 DAYS

Deep red fruits appear to be a shiny black, very sweet

BLUE BEAUTY

80 DAYS

Shoulders start out sapphire blue, darkening to a deep purple red as they ripen, 6-8 oz. meaty slicing tomatoes

BUSH GOLIATH

68 DAYS

Great for large containers, tops off at 4 ft., 4” red fruits

CELEBRITY

78 DAYS

1984 All-America winner,  vine doesn’t get as tall as some tomatoes, but does need some support, large red fruits can be up to a pound

EARLY GIRL

50-62 DAYS

Medium size red fruits

GARDENER'S DELIGHT

67 DAYS

1 – 1 ½” red cherry tomato, heavy bearer, large plant

GOLDEN GIRL

69 DAYS

7-8 oz. yellow fruit, very disease resistant, good producer

SUNRISE

70 DAYS

Cherry type, bright red and yellow streaked fruits, very sweet

HOT PEPPERS

JALAPEÑOS

BELL PEPPERS

BIG RED

4” – thick walled, red bell peppers

MOHAWK

True dwarf bell pepper, yellow-orange fruit

ORANGE SUN

Orange fruits 3-4” long

GREEN BASILS

LETTUCE LEAF

3-5” leaves

ITALIAN LARGE LEAF

2’ plants

MOSTRUOSO

Mammoth leaf basil, strong licorice like flavor; 3” x 4” large blistering leaves

GECOFURE

Compact variety of Genovese basil, good for containers

PURPLE BASILS

RED LETTUCE LEAF

Reddish-purple leaves, semi-compact plant, good for containers

OSMIN

Dark maroon color, useful as ornamental as well as culinary plant; same flavor as sweet basil

DARK OPAL

Deep purple glossy leaves, use as ornamental or culinary herb

PARSLEY

ITALIAN FLAT LEAF

FLOWERS

LEMON GEM MARIGOLDS

More delicate than most Marigolds, fine airy foliage that forms 12” mounds, abundantly covered with bright yellow flowers. Use in beds or containers.

SHASTA DAISIES

Hearty perennial, full sun

COLEUS

INKY FINGERS

Grows about 2’ tall and rather bushy. Can be grown in sun or shade. Great in a container alone or mixed with other plants.

SHINY SHOES

Grows about 2’ tall and rather bushy. Can be grown in sun or shade. Great in a container alone or mixed with other plants.

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