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Lewis Ginter
Fall PlantFest

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 

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

Fall PlantFest is held outside in Parking Lot C at the Garden (no admission fee or ticket necessary.)

*PlantFest is Fido-friendly — bring your leashed pups!
*Master Gardeners and Master Naturalists will be on-site to answer your plant questions
*If you are visiting the Garden, you can visit the Lewis Ginter Seed Library for free seeds (included with your Garden admission)!

Start:
Friday, September 16, 2022
End:
Saturday, September 17, 2022
Event Details

Fall Plant Sale volunteer with Fall is for Planting sign

Friday & Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Avid gardeners know fall is a great time for planting! Lewis Ginter Fall PlantFest features vendors selling plants ranging from well-known favorites to rare exotics and other garden-related items. Presented by Garden volunteers.

***Check back for the 2022 plant inventory (PDF) for the Ginter’s Greatest tent run by Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden volunteers. ***

Please support our vendors. A portion of the vendor proceeds is donated to the Garden in order to support the Garden’s mission which is to connect people through plants to improve communities.

2022 Participating vendors:

580 Pottery, LLC – Hanging and goblet planters

Acer Acres –  Virginia-grown Japanese Maples

Deb’s Daylilies – Daylilies, mums, perennials

Down the Garden Path Ltd – New, antique and vintage home and garden items not usually found in retail stores (twine holders, iron shears, birdfeeders, etc.)

Ginter’s Greatest – Plants grown by Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden volunteers. Potting bench raffle

Good Seed Natives – We sell Richmond area native perennials and shrubs

Henrico County Master Gardeners – Information display on gardening topics and gardening Q & A

Herb Angel – Medicinal herbs, perennial plants, herbal goods, naturally dyed textiles

Hill House Farm and Nursery – Mid-Atlantic natives, may local ecotype – perennials, shrubs, vines, grasses, sedges and trees

Janie’s Things – Dried fruit swags and wreaths

Pine Knot Hellebores, LLC – Hellebores and other woodland/shade perennials

Richmond Area Daylily Society – Daylilies

Rusted Rabbitt – Succulent arrangements in antique vessels.  Seasonal arrangements are planted in vintage items.  Driftwood succulent arrangements.  Succulent and air-plant wreaths.

Vera’s Vittles Seasonings – Salt-free, hand-blended, organic spices and seasoning blends with no GMOs; Teas and tea sets; and other related type gifts

Virginia Master Naturalist, Riverine Chapter – Environmental education/outreach displays with information for adults & children

Watch our PlantFest video to learn more.

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