Penn State Student Farm To Host Plant Sale Through April 30

The Penn State Student Farm is holding its annual plant sale until Friday, April 30.

Plants will be distributed by curbside pickup from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 30 at the Student Farm on Big Hollow Road.

This year, plant sale orders are available only through preorder due to the coronavirus pandemic. No deliveries will be made. Only card payments will be accepted.

Orders can be placed online through the Penn State Student Farm website. The club is selling tomatoes, herbs, cucumbers, cantaloupe, peppers, kale, and much more, all for $2 per plant. Student farm merch — including t-shirts, stickers, hats, and tote bags — is also for sale.

A portion of the proceeds from the plant sale will be donated to Meals on Wheels, the State College Food Bank, and the Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Community Cafe.

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