Brockway, PA – Tomorrow is the last Saturday for the Brockway FFA spring plant sale!

You can come purchase flowers and vegetables from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday at the Brockway High School.

It’s run by the Brockway FFA students. The greenhouse is self-sustaining, meaning that they rely on these sales to be able to fund the project for next year.

The greenhouse is self-sustaining and uses these sales to help fund the greenhouse for next year.

Visit the Brockway FFA Facebook page for more information.

Listen to the interview with Weston Smith and Mackenzie Mooney, the president and vice-president of the Brockway FFA.

Hanging baskets will be $16.

Flower and vegetable packs will be $2.

Round pots will be $2.50 and square pots cost $3.

Multiple types of tomatoes… cherry, roma, steakhouse, and brandy boy.

Many vegetables, including jalapenos, thyme, spaghetti squash, Hungarian wax hot peppers, big dipper sweet peppers, habenero, and basil.

Flowers include dahlia (three varieties) callie (million bells), petunias, Indian feather, geranium, Mohave yellow, Chenille plant, lobella, candy corn vine, double snowball, nemesia, lantana, osteospermum, and daisy.

Because this is at the end of the school year, they cannot guarantee they will have all plant varieties.