Motave Meadows

    

It is time to place your order for 2018 certified organic transplants!!

Ordering date for transplants deadline is April 1, 2018!!

Pick up plants at the farm on Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20, 2018 from 9am to 5pm.

 

CLICK HERE FOR TRANSPLANT ORDERING AND SELECTIONS

CLICK HERE FOR TRANSPLANT INFORMATION AND DETAILS

 

     Motave Meadows is a Certified Organic Michigan Farm nestled in the countryside of southeast Michigan. We specialize in certified organic gourmet lettuce greens, heirloom varieties of tomatoes and other vegetables. In addition, we also offer many varieties of basil and other organically grown herbs.

     We also grow certified organic vegetable and herb transplants to plant your own organic garden.  Simply go to the vegetable and herb transplant page and place your order.  We grow the transplants directly from your orders so please order early.  

     Orders should be in by the end of March to guarantee your orders.  Orders after that time will be subject to availability.  On May 19-20, 2018 from 9-5 come to the farm to pick up your orders. 

     Thank you for supporting your local organic family farm!


NEW for 2018

Lunch Box Peppers are very popular right now.  They are small peppers that come in yellow, orange and red that you can pop in your mouth in one or two bites.  They are sweet and delicious.  Now you can grow your own in your home garden.  I am offering a trio of the lunch box peppers in yellow, orange and red.  They will be planted in the cow pots just like the other peppers are.  Be sure to check it out this year.

In addition, I will be offering more varieties of basil besides the green and purple varieties.  Cinnamon basil, lemon basil and lime basil will be available this year.  Acorn squash, butternut squash and a yellow tomato are newcomers this year as well!

I will also be trialing a few other plants such as lemon balm, lavender and rosemary.  They will not be available to preorder but will be available at plant pick up day if successful.


 


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