Kenwood Plant Sale

Kenwood Plant Sale 

The Kenwood Green Team and PTA are pleased to coordinate our annual plant sale!  Once again we are partnering with Green Earth Growers - a local, sustainable grower.  All products (plants, produce and cut flowers) are grown in accordance with the National Organic Standards and are Certified Naturally Grown.  Thank you to parent volunteers Amy Sanborn, Rebecca Parrell and Marjorie Hegstrom for their work in preparing this year’s plant sale

Plant orders will be available for pickup beginning Friday, May 14, at 3pm on the Kenwood School playground. The plant sale will be open Friday 3pm - 6pm, Saturday 9am - 5pm and Sunday 9am - 5pm.
  • Masks are required. Hand sanitizer and hand washing will be available. Please maintain social distancing.
  • Contact-less Pickup: Pull up next to the school on Oliver Ave, open your trunk and wait for someone to come to your car. 
  • In Person Pickup and Shopping is also an option. There will be a larger variety of plants available to purchase the weekend of the plant sale.

Proceeds to support Emerson & Hall 
In past years funds raised from the plant sale have supported the 5th grade trip to Eagle Bluff. There was no Eagle Bluff trip this year and we still have funds saved for this trip next year. In the interest of sharing resources in our public school system, we are donating plant sale proceeds to two other MPS elementary schools, Emerson in Loring Park and Hall in North Minneapolis. If you are inclined, additional donations can be made when ordering plants online. 

Emerson Elementary Dual Language Magnet: The Emerson PTA has been less able to raise $ during the pandemic and unrest last spring. They would like to continue to support their teachers in buying supplies for students as well as assist families in need. They are also raising money for two international teaching assistants next year. 

Hall Elementary STEM Academy: A MPS elementary school just to our north, Hall is collecting contributions towards much needed improvements to their playground, including a fence to protect students from the busy road. All kids deserve to play safely.