Spring is here at THE GOOD EARTH
Spring is here at THE GOOD EARTH
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At last, Spring has sprung!?
Much like last year, Spring comes tantalizingly close then suddenly retreats, this is what we have come to call the dance of spring which whets our appetite for warmth, sunshine, flowers, fresh green food and the joyful bird songs.
Thankfully our delicious greens are growing well out in our field greenhouses (high tunnels).
So if you're tired of the winter wonderland scene as we are check out our

Verdant green Spring 8 week CSA

for the month of April and the month of May

We ll be featuring all the shades of the green(s) rainbow&
Sage green, sea green, pea green, olive green, bottle green, lime green, along with some complimentary reds for good measure

Yes every Thursday you ll come here to the Good Earth to pickup your share of leafy greens& kale, Swiss chard, mustard greens, spinach, arugula, lettuce, tatsoi and others in the Asian green family.

If you d like to do a half-share for 4 weeks you can come every other week

What s it cost? Four weeks for $90.00, save a few bucks and sign up for eight weeks for $170.00

Simply send us an email letting us know if you d like to do the 4 or 8 weeks. You can pay at the first pickup which will be April 5th.*
*As we're a bit late with the notice you can start next week, April 12th.

For all you veggie lovers who like to grow your own we have a great selection of certified organic seeds and seedlings for your cool weather crops like Lettuce, Kale, Swiss Chard are coming along with with Broccoli, Cauliflower and more cool season veggies hot on their heels.
Check out our selection seed potatoes and annual/perennial flower bulbs.

Now is the time to start getting your garden beds ready and one of the fundamental factors that contribute to our good health is the quality of the food we eat.
Studies show that organic growing methods produce food that is more nutritious and better for us our children and our pets,
as well as the air we breathe and the water we drink. So why not!
To achieve the best results, we need to provide the proper environment for our plants (edible or ornamental) to thrive and provide us with nutritious veggies and beautiful flowers.
The basic principle of organic growing is to
 feed the soil and the soil will feed the plants.
Thanks to folks like Paul Sachs at North Country Organics of Vermont
we are able to offer the very best in natural organic fertilizers and
amendments to provide the nutrients our plants need to grow.
They ve been creating exceptional organic fertilizer blends and offering a wide range of products essential for organic gardeners since 1983.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

RI's only certified organic garden center

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