Project Grow Plant Sale

Heirloom tomatoes, peppers, basil and flowers

2023 Project Grow Plant Sale


The 2023 Project Grow Plant Sale will be held on May 20th, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the hoophouse at Dawn Farm, 6633 Stoney Creek Rd., Ypsilanti, 48197. Shoppers can advance order and pay for plants online or shop in person.

Using This Catalog

  • This catalog can be used for deciding what plants you want to get at the sale and also for placing advance orders to be picked up at the sale.

Shopping the Sale

  • Plants are arranged in the same order as the catalog.

  • To facilitate you shopping, we recommend that you print this shopping list and mark it with the items you want.

  • COVID Precautions:  At this time, we are hoping that COVID precautions will not be needed on the sale day. Those who wish may still wear masks.  However, should the situation worsen and public safety becomes an issue, we will return to the practices of the past two year.  You will be informed of any required measures via our website, newsletter and social media prior to our sale day.


  • Rosita Lisianthus is sold out for advance orders. Some will be available at the sale.

  • Cobalt Dreams Delphinium is sold out.

  • Bull's Horn Red is sold out.

New, Discontinued and Replaced Items

Every year Project Grow strives to replace the least popular items with new varieties we have not offered before or think should be grown more often. Changes this year:

New Tomatoes

  • Big Rainbow

New Hot Peppers

  • Fresno

New Sweet Peppers

  • California Golden Bell replaces Canary Bell Pepper

New Flowers

  • Blue Cobalt Delphinium

Discontinued Tomatoes

  • Russian 117

  • Uralskiy Ranniy

Discontinued Peppers

  • Ethiopian Brown Berbere

  • Sriracha

Determinate vs Indeterminate Tomatoes

  • Determinate tomatoes are varieties that grow to a fixed mature size and ripen all their fruit in a short period (usually about two weeks). Once this first flush of fruit has ripened, the plant will begin to diminish in vigor and will set little to no new fruit.

  • Indeterminate tomato varieties also continue to set and ripen fruit throughout the growing season until frost kills the plants. They will give you a slow and steady supply of tomatoes, rather than one large harvest.

  • Most of the varieties we sell are indeterminate unless stated otherwise.

Navigating the Catalog

  • Categories All items for sale have been grouped into one of the 10 categories presented below. Click on any category to see what items are included in it.

  • Back Button This button appears at the end of each section and will allow you to return to the category you had just visited.

  • Next Button You may advance to the next group of plants by clicking on this button.

  • Grid In the right corner of the same screen is a grid icon. Clicking the grid will return you to the full selection of categories as are pictured below.  From there you may skip to any section you wish to see.

  • Shopping Cart Each sale item has a shopping cart into which your choices are placed.  Clicking it allows you to choose how many you wish to order of that cultivar. There is a limit of 9 plants per cultivar.  To review your purchases, click on the cart symbol located in the top right corner of the page.

  • Magnifying Glass Located at the top right corner of the page. Clicking it allows you another way to see and select one of the categories or search for a specific variety.

  • Project Grow Logo Located at the top left corner of the page, clicking it will return you to the start of the catalog.