Alexis Garrett, 17, of Kansas City tended to several heirloom tomato plants recently in the greenhouse at Antioch Urban Growers, 2727 N.E. 44th St. The facility opened in early 2014 as a locally owned organic greenhouse. Brothers Mark and Jeff Samborski are the owners, along with Mark’s son Benjamin. The facility is on twoacres with 12,000 square feet of greenhouse.
Alexis Garrett, 17, of Kansas City tended to several heirloom tomato plants recently in the greenhouse at Antioch Urban Growers, 2727 N.E. 44th St. The facility opened in early 2014 as a locally owned organic greenhouse. Brothers Mark and Jeff Samborski are the owners, along with Mark’s son Benjamin. The facility is on twoacres with 12,000 square feet of greenhouse. RICH SUGG rsugg@kcstar.com
Alexis Garrett, 17, of Kansas City tended to several heirloom tomato plants recently in the greenhouse at Antioch Urban Growers, 2727 N.E. 44th St. The facility opened in early 2014 as a locally owned organic greenhouse. Brothers Mark and Jeff Samborski are the owners, along with Mark’s son Benjamin. The facility is on twoacres with 12,000 square feet of greenhouse. RICH SUGG rsugg@kcstar.com

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