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Lewis Ginter Fall PlantFest

One of Central Virginia’s largest and most-anticipated plant sales. Dozens of vendors & knowledgeable Garden volunteers help you choose your best plants.

Start:
Thursday, September 14, 2017
End:
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Event Details

Fall Plant Sale volunteer with Fall is for Planting sign

No admission fee required; regular admission to visit the Garden

Thursday 4-7 p.m., Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Avid gardeners know fall is a great time for planting! Lewis Ginter Fall PlantFest (formerly the Fall Plant Sale) features vendors selling plants ranging from well-known favorites to rare exotics. Presented by Garden volunteers.

Please bring your own wagon to make shopping easy!

Please support our vendors. A portion of the vendor proceeds is donated to the Garden.

Watch our PlantFest video to learn more.

Registered Vendors:

A Wise Gardener – Unique garden flora, mixed media, art with recycled material based on animals & nature

Acer Acres Inc. – Container Japanese Maples

All Treasures – Specialty plants in sculptural compositions with clay and glass objects

Bees and Beetles – Native perennials & shrubs, herbs, bulbs, houseplants, mums, butterfly host plants

CapWorks – Works of art made from recycled bottle caps (Coasters, magnets, sculptures, figurines, wall art)

Deb’s Daylilies – Daylilies

Dominion Energy Green Power – Offer customers the option of matching all or a portion of their electricity usage with renewable energy

Down the Garden Path, Ltd. – Home and garden tools & accessories

Espresso-A-Go-Go – Mobile espresso, coffee, pastries, bagels & more

Forrest Green Farm – Culinary & medicinal herb plants, vegetable plants, herbal teas, dip, seasonings

Garden Gate Landscape & Design – Native plants: trees, shrubs, perennials: best plants for pollinators & host plants

Ginter’s Greatest – Plants grown by LGBG volunteers. Raffling off potting bench

Harvey Gardens – Home grown gourds crafted into bowls, vases, lamps, bird houses & feeders. Children’s book w/ backyard garden theme

Henrico County Master Gardeners – Plant clinic; answer Horticulture related questions & promote extension services

Hill House Farm and Nursery – U.S. native plants: perennials, shrubs, vines, grasses & ground cover

King of Pop – Frozen Treats

Kino Alpaca Criations – Gloves, hats, scarves, sweaters & more made from Alpaca fleece

Local Area Master Gardeners – Master Gardener information Center

Moose Hill Worm Farm – Worm castings & associated marketing material

Meadowview Bio Research Station – Carnivorous and associate bog plants; longleaf pine

Pine Knot Farms – Hellebores & shade plants

Poplar Ridge Nursery – Ornamental grasses, perennials & flowering shrubs; natives, annuals & vegetables

Putnam Hill Nursery – Native & non-native shade & sun perennials, groundcovers, flowering plants

Reedy Creek Environmental – Native plants of local ecotype – mixture of trees/shrubs, perennials, grasses

Richmond Area Daylily Society – Daylilies

Richmond Horticulture Association – Small trees, shrubs, perennials

Riverine Virginia Master Naturalists – Informative booth about creating a backyard habitat utilizing native plants

Roots & Blooms Bare root peonies & assorted potted perennials (flower bulbs if available)

Usborne Books and More – Books about growing food, gardening, flowers, butterflies, bugs; How things grow; Children’s books and coloring books

Vera’s Vittles Seasonings – Salt free seasonings, tea & gifts

Wandering Cow Farm – Farm made soap, lotions, bath & body products. Bird houses & baths.  Wool, yarn, fiber art and décor

Wood Thrush Native Plant Nursery – Rare & unusal plants native to the Appalachian region & surrounding areas

 

Please bring your own wagon to make shopping easy! PlantFest Shopping at the Spring Plant Sale