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LexFarm, near the Arlington Reservoir, at 52 Lowell St., Lexington, next to the Arlington Reservoir, has reported the following:  

 

Organic seedling sale underway

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The greenhouse is full of sprouts -- herbs, tomatoes, cucumbers and much more. All varieties are for sale in our online store, and growing in our greenhouse until they are ready for pickup in late May.

Essential and farmer-approved gardening supplies - compost, fertilizer, pest protection and more - are also available for sale now and pickup in late May. Don't wait.

Order confirmations will be emailed. Please check your spam folder.

Here are the details for the 2022 CSA program at Lexington Community Farm. Registration is open on our website.

Buy a CSA Share Now

This year, we offer:

  • 20-Week Summer Shares
  • 10-week Summer Shares with pickups every other week
  • 12-Week Pick-Your-Own Flower Shares

Shares are picked up at the Lexington Community Farm stand at 52 Lowell St., Lexington.

Read about spring and summer youth farm programs here >>

This news announcement was updated Feb. 10, 2022.

 

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