2016 School Garden Seedling Survey
It's that time of year again to let The Agrarian Adventure know what kind of transplants would find happy homes in your school garden! These seedlings are provided free of charge, and will be available for pick up at Matthaei Botanical Gardens in May.

These seedlings are grown by volunteers working with The Agrarian Adventure with the support of Matthaei Botanical Gardens. We are eager to involve students with this process as much as possible! To arrange a field trip for your students or class to learn about seeds and start the plants that will come back to your school garden, contact Matthaei's Children's Program Coordinator Liz Glynn at lizglynn@umich.edu. The Agrarian Adventure also hopes to partner again this year with Tappan Middle School's Garden Advisory periods, starting seedlings with students and helping to get the garden ready for spring. If there is a similar garden advisory period at your school that you'd like to work with us to start seedlings at, contact The Agrarian Adventure's School Gardens Committee lead Emily Canosa at emcanosa@gmail.com.

We will do our best to meet your requests, but producing perfect seedlings is not our highest goal: rather, we focus on growing and planting in ways that offer as many learning opportunities for students as possible!
What is the name of your school? *
Who can we contact about seedlings? *
Phone number:
Email address: *
Briefly tell us about your garden.
Things like grade ranges included, who uses it, teachers or volunteers involved, if you have a garden theme or focus, or if you've seen any significant changes in the past year...
Approximately how many students are impacted by your garden each year?
Ranges are okay.
What kind of seedlings would you like?
Leave blank if you do not need that type of seedling.
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Amaranth (hopi dye red)
Bean (french)
Broccolli
Borage
Brussel sprouts
Cabbage (golden acre)
Calendula
Cauliflower (snowball)
Celery (limited)
Chives (limited)
Collards (champion)
Corn (popcorn)
Cucumber (pickling)
Cucumber (marketmore 76)
Eggplant
Fennel (florence)
Gourd (birdhouse - limited)
Ground cherry
Kale
Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Nasturtium
Leek
Marigold
Melon
Okra
Onion (bunching)
Oregano (Greek)
Pak choi (white stemmed)
Peas (sugar snap) 
Penstemon (flower - very limited)
Pepper (sweet)
Pepper (hot)
Pumpkin (small)
Squash (winter)
Sunflower (large - limited)
Sunflower (small - limited)
Swiss chard (rainbow)
Tomatillo
Tomato (cherry)
Tomato (large) 
Watermelon (moon and starts)
Watermelon (sugar baby)
Zinnia (dahlia) 
Zinnia (thumbelina) 
Zucchini