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Plant a Row Grow a Row

Your garden can help feed people in need!

Which crops are best for donation?

Root vegetables are best (carrots, parsnips, potatoes) however, any produce that can be easily handled and stored, including broccoli, cabbage, peas, beans, tomatoes, radishes, sweet peppers, summer squash (including zucchini), apples, and pears. 

The Community Care Food Bank will happily accept more fragile produce like lettuce or herbs.  Please handle with care!

Your donation, whether it’s a bag or tomatoes, a truckload of zucchini,  a box of apples or something else that 

you’ve grown will be appreciated and put to good use.  Simply remove any soil and bring it in. 

At harvest time, take the produce that you would like to donate to:

Community Care Food Bank

or bring down to

Community Harvest Day

Saturday, September 6, 2003

129 Church Street,  St. Catharines

from 8:00 am -1:00 pm

Top 10 
Heritage Perennials

Astilbe chinensis ‘Visions’

        (Chinese Astilbe)

Campanula poscharskyana ’Blue Waterfall’

      (Serbian Bellflower)

Cimicifuga simplex ‘Hillside Black Beauty’

    (Black-leaved Bugbane)

Coreopsis ‘Limerock Ruby’

  (Red-flowered Coreopsis)

Dicentra ‘King of Hearts’

   (Fern-leaf Bleedingheart)

Heuchera ‘Crimson Curls’

   (Fancy-leaf Coral Bells)

Hosta ‘Patriot’

            (Plantain Lily)

Leucanthemum x superbum ‘Becky’

     (Becky Shasta Daisy)

Papaver orientale ‘Patty’s Plum’

        (Oriental Poppy)

Polemonium caeruleum ‘Snow and Sapphires’

 (Variegated Jacob’s Ladder)

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