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2015 Food Not Lawns Kansas City Sweet Potato Project

Prairie Ecosystems Management is handling the online orders for the Food Not Lawns Kansas City’s 2015 Sweet Potato Project.

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The Kansas City Sweet Potato Project is action and education about the benefits of having a sweet potato patch instead of a lawn patch. Sweet potatoes are a beautiful, highly nutritious edible landscaping plant that is an environmentally sound replacement for unsustainable lawns.

Started in 2008 by the local Food Not Lawns collaborative,  we  offer organic  sweet potato plants for sale and workshops covering:

  • Sweet potato planting,
  • Cultivation
  • Harvest
  • Storage.

Sponsored by:

Community Ecological Enterprise Hub

Antioch Urban Growers

Food Not Lawns Kansas City

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We are offering three verities this year of certified organic sweet potato slips developed to thrive in our bio-region.

Beauregard, Traditional Orange Skin / Orange Flesh  ORDERING OVER FOR THIS YEAR

Murasaki, Purple Skin / White Flesh Sweet Potato  SOLD OUT

O’Henry, White Flesh Sweet Potato  SOLD OUT


Sweet potato slip propagation is weather dependent . Sweet potatoes are a tropical plant that suffers when the soil temperature is lower than 50° so we cannot set a firm delivery date though it is usually the first week of June.


Order sweet potato slips for delivery June 4th – 12th 2015

Pick up at Antioch Urban Growers     2727 NE 44th St Kansas City Mo 64117

Please leave your email and phone number on order form message box.

Thank you and happy Sweet Potatoing!


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