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North Star Farms
P.O. Box 164
Carpio, N.D. 58725
(701) 720-2635

gardendwellers FARM

Organic Transplants
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After spending the past four years producing transplants for our own fields, we continue feeling confident to offer them to the general public. This is the third season we are making certified organic transplants available and numerous people have placed orders for us to grow transplants for them.

What's available
1.) onions – Rossa di Milano, Walla Walla, Sedona, Cabernet, Red Carpet, Ailsa Craig

2.)Red Express Cabbage, Curly Roja Kale and Batavia broccoli

3.) Manitoba, Scotia, Black Cherry, Rutgers and San Marzano tomatoes as well as Verde Tomatillos

4.) King of the North (bell), Anaheim and Early Jalapeno Peppers and Burgundy Okra

5.) Arava Honeydew, Hale's Best, Dakota Sisters and Kiara Cantaloupe, Howden Dakota Pumpkin

6.) Straight 8 and Marketmore slicer Cucumbers and Homemade Pickle pickling cucumbers

7.) Black Beauty Eggplant

8.) Tennessee Red Valencia, Carwile and Jumbo Virginia Peanuts and Red Foliated Cotton

9. Megaton Leeks 

10.) Viking Asparagus 

Transplant costs
Transplants are $1 each, while decorative cotton plants are $5 because of their rarity. Onions and leeks, 3/$1. Seedlings that have been tranplanted into large pots are $3 each. Broccoli, cabbage, cucumbers and peanuts available in large pots. Volume discounts available.

Contact
Marv Baker by e-mail at ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ), by telephone at 701-720-2635, or by mail at P.O. Box 164, Carpio, ND 58725

 
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