Flying Frog Farms Owner: Marsha Ansevics House: 515-961-3585
5148 155th Avenue Website: www.flyingfrogfarms.com Cell: 515-208-9002
Indianola, IA 50125 Email: email@example.com
***** 2018 SEASON: MAY 4 – AUGUST 12*****
2018 HOURS: FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY 10 – 5______
LOCATION: Our gardens are on twenty wooded acres approximately 10 miles south of Des Moines (east onto Summerset Road off of Highway 65/69) There are 3 blue county signs to lead you to our gate once you are on Summerset Road. We are on a VERY long dead end road—a large colorful sign at the gate greets you during business hours.
OUR PLANTS: We’re growing 1000 different varieties of hosta, from the miniatures to the extra large. Our hostas are field grown and that makes for some nice root systems! We will have hundreds of plants potted up and in our sizeable sales area all labeled by size. We will not be able to dig and pot plants for you unless you call a few days ahead with your list OR unless you leave your list and plan to pick them up at a later date. A nice selection of other perennials will be available for the shady areas of your gardens. Ferns, hellebores, tiarella, brunerra, celadon poppies, pulmonaria, heucherella and sedums are a few!!
GROUPS: We would love to have your large or small group come visit! Please call my cell (515-208-9002) and we can make those arrangements. We will work with you on other days of the week too, but we would like to keep Monday free. Again this year we are asking $1 per person for groups coming by bus. We need a pretty specific time as I usually have extra help available---just call and we’ll make it happen!
GIFT CERTIFICATES: Call for a gift certificate at any time or pick one up at the farm. They are available in any dollar amount. Personal checks and credit cards are welcome.
RECYCLING POTS: NOT AT THIS TIME! We have quite a stockpile.
ONE FINAL THOUGHT: If you live reasonably close by and would like to help us out during the season, I would be happy to “gift you” plants in return. Potting up hostas and labeling them and tending the display beds and growing areas to keep them neat in appearance are the usual jobs. It can be a couple of hours—a half day—or more—weekdays or weekends—whatever your schedule allows. Give me a call if this sounds interesting to you!
See you soon! Marsha