Volunteers were working hard Wednesday in preparation for the 15th Annual Plant Sale at the Loveland Primary & Elementary Schools
Join Granny’s Garden School on Saturday, May 5th from 7AM – 5PM and Sunday, May 6th from 9AM – 2PM for their 15th Annual Plant Sale at the Loveland Primary & Elementary Schools.
Featuring a bountiful variety of Vegetables, Sweet & Hot Peppers, Hybrid & Heirloom Tomatoes, Herbs, and Annual & Perennial Flowers! (All priced the same as our growers charge locally with a portion of all proceeds going to the garden program.)
To receive a coupon for a FREE Cherry Tomato plant for each child you bring to the sale, email Granny: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shop for plants and stay for other fun activities such as:
- Rita Heikenfeld, Herbalist, will be at the Plant Sale Saturday, May 5th from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
- FOOD TRUCKS: Caveman Crepes: Saturday: 9am – 1pm, Sunday: 9am – 1pm Serving Savory Sandwich & Sweet Dessert Crepes
- Loveland Dairy Whip: Saturday: 11am – 5pm, Sunday: 11am – 2pm Serving Cones, Sundaes, Banana Boats & Specialty Desserts
*Rain or Shine!*
Mission, Vision, Values– Granny’s Garden School develops and supports hands-on learning experiences for children through schoolyard-based garden and nature focused programs to help children experience nature, the satisfaction of growing their own food and to appreciate the simple pleasure of picking a flower.
Who we are – Granny’s Garden School is a non-profit organization that develops and manages garden and nature based programs on school grounds. We remove obstacles that often prevent schools from offering outdoor education by providing infrastructure, personnel, volunteers, integrated curriculum and …
What we do – Granny’s Garden School provides a complete package of services that include: Design, creation, installation, management and year-around maintenance of educational food and flower gardens, learning centers and nature trails on school grounds. An educational package with …
History – In 2002, years ahead of the school garden movement that is now sweeping the globe, a grandmother approached the principal at her grandchildren’s grade school in Loveland, OH and asked permission to create a garden on the school grounds. This was the beginning of Granny’s Garden School.
Finances – Granny’s Garden School, though based on school grounds is not funded by the school district. All services are provided free of charge to the district. We are recognized as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organized by the United States Treasury and funded by donations, grants.