GREEN POWER GARDEN April 1, 2019  Message from Molly

Ladies and Gentlemen, It’s APRIL!  How did this happen?  Time is just flying by. The warm weather has brought out the robins and spring peepers (and orange construction barrels).

Last week we started our Flower Power Fundraiser and have sold $69 dollars worth of flowers and bulbs as of this email. Keep sharing with your family and friends. We haven’t done this in a few years and we are short a bunch of hand tools, gloves etc.

Last week we also shared seeds with a family from St Mary’s who is volunteering to plant four flats of kale and collard greens in a sunny window, raise them right and send or bring them to the garden when they are all grown up. Cari started Brussels sprouts, I started eggplant and leeks, and the Lufter family donated seeds for beans, rectangular zucchini, cantaloupe, carrots, sun flowers and tomatoes.

We have our first plant pick up Sunday May 19th from St. James and our first group from St. John’s is scheduled for Tuesday, May 21st during our work-night.  We also have at least one group on the calendar for every week in June.

Keep spreading the word about what we do and why.  And, we will talk again May 1st (which already feels like it’s a week away).



Once a year Green Power Garden participates in a fundraiser to raise money for supplies for the upcoming garden season.  50% of all sales will go to Green Power Garden.

  • Please SHOP
  • Don’t miss your chance to get some incredible perennials and bulbs and help a great cause.   Order Deadline: Wednesday, May 01, 2019
  • Perfect gift for Mom on Mother’s Day or other special occasions.
  • Please SHARE this opportunity with your family, friends and neighbors, colleagues.
  • Please feel free to contact Molly if you have questions or problems with the site.  The link is also posted on our Facebook page.

 GREEN POWER GARDEN WELCOMES YOUR DONATIONS.  In addition to volunteering, the garden is always in need of new or used garden supplies such as hand and power tools, stakes for tomato plants and old bed sheets used for tying plants.  Cash donations to support the port-a potty rental and other garden needs are greatly appreciated.  Please contact us if you have anything we might be able to use.

Green Power Garden is an approved Wisconsin Master Gardener project located in Southeast Waukesha County: S46W22996 Lawnsdale Road.  The garden is found just off CTH”I” and Milkyway Road in the Town of Waukesha.

Gardening tips can be found atHTTP://HORT.UWEX.EDU

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Molly Llanas: 262-951-6686

Marcela Mata:

Cari Zachow John

Karen Perlewitz 262-521-2624