Your faithful blogger Maren has many vegetable, herb, and perennial plants for sale -- seedlings and transplants, some quite mature. Also worm castings and some cool garden tools (the CobraHead, also known as a "steel fingernail"). You may be able to take Maren aside at Sunday's Sustainability Salon, or you can come by for a visit at another time; just email to set up a time.
Plants include tomatoes (dozens of varieties of large and small tomatoes -- some have flowers and fruit already!), several varieties of cucumbers, summer & winter squash, gourds, pie pumpkins, broccoli, kale, collards, savoy cabbage, red mustard, mizuna, lettuce, mesclun mix, several kinds of basil, flat & curly parsley, thyme, tarragon, raspberries, strawberries, sweet woodruff, sunflowers, jerusalem artichoke, amaranth, dame's rocket, bronze fennel, anise hyssop, ostrich fern, tansy, hosta, black-eyed susan, forget-me-not and, well, I forget. For most of the perennials, if I run out of specimens in pots then additional transplants can be dug to order. Some of the varieties can also be seen on my Facebook page, in the Plant Sales album. I also have CobraHead garden tools (a weeder/cultivator also known as a "steel fingernail"), as well as locally-produced worm castings (generously pooped by Matt Peters's busy worms in Hazelwood). And lots of advice, if you'd like, to help get your garden going.