Saturday, April 20, 10 am- 3 pm, Jubilee Farm is coming to Once in a Blue Moon International Gift Gallery! Anita Cleary, OP from Jubilee Farm will demonstrate how raw alpaca fiber is carded and spun. Handmade woven products will be available for purchase.
Rose Marie Riley, OP will be on hand to explain more about Jubilee Farm: its events, alpacas, llamas, chemical-free gardens, labyrinth and more.
Spring Seedling Sale 2019
Location: 6760 Old Jacksonville Road, New Berlin, IL 62670
Beginning April 15, 2019, we have plants for sale. The staff will be focused on the General Chapter meeting of the Springfield Dominicans the week of Sunday, April 21- Sunday, April 28. After the short break, we will begin selling plants again April 29.
We will NOT be selling plants April 22 to 28, 2019.
Vegetable plants will be sold at the beginning of May.
Herbs ~ Flowers ~ Vegetables
Celebrate the return of Spring and purchase vegetable seedlings for your own gardens!
Enjoy the scents and sights of this new season.
All Plants Grown from Organic Seeds!
Hours for pick-up:
Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Saturday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
Call 787-6927 for those herbs currently available.
Start Date: April 15, 2019 End Date: June 30, 2019 (?)
Herbs $3.50 ea Genovese Basil (new this year)
Dark Opal Basil
Lemon Balm (new this year)
Giant Italian Parsley
Rosemary (possible Pineapple Sage and Lemon Thyme later in the season)
Vegetables $4.00 ea California Wonder Peppers
Flowers now $4.00 ea Butterfly Weed
Empress of India Nasturtium
Milk Maid Nasturtium Climber
Black Velvet Nasturtium
Whirlygig Mix Zinnia
Zulu Prince Daisy
Sea Shells Cosmos
Red Mariette Marigold
Persian Carpets Zinna
Cardinal Climber (for Hummingbirds)
Starfire Signet Marigold (possible Lavender later in the season)
You are invited to participate in a bird banding event at Jubilee Farm.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Tony Rothering, a licensed bird bander with Lincoln Land Association of Bird Banders (LLABB) will be capturing and banding birds during this family friendly event. (Weather permitting)
Participants will learn about the scientific process of banding and how the data is used to study bird population dynamics and the impact of habitat change on the diversity and density of bird species.