Friday, September 16 & Saturday, September 17, 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 out the 2022 Fall PlantFest Inventory List!
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
A Wise Gardener – Unique garden flora, and native plants
Blossoming Roots Farm and Supply, LLC – Jewelry, pollinator plants, seeds and pollinator kits; permaculture, edible plants and house plants
Acer Acres – Virginia-grown Japanese Maples
Central Virginia Iris Society – Different kinds of Iris
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.)
East Coast Honey – Locally produced honey; variety of CBD products
Eqqumarka – Sculptural containers for rare botanic creatures & other sculptures in clay and glass
Espresso-A-Go-Go – Espresso, coffee, smoothies, sweets, chicken salad and egg salad
Forrest Green Farm – Herbs, veggie plants starts; perennials, shrubs, pumpkins, herbal teas, dips, seasonings, CBD products
Full Pocket Farm – Virginia grown succulents, plants and garden gifts. FPF provides inclusive horticulture, arts and social opportunities to the Neuro-diverse community.
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
Harvey Gardens – A variety of home-grown gourds crafted into bowls, lamps, vases, birdfeeders and birdhouses; Children’s books about backyard gardening
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
Kino Alpaca Criations – Socks, sweaters, gloves, dryer balls & more made of alpaca fleece
Morningside Farm and Nursery – Large selection of perennials including numerous native; Hardy and tender succulents
Mr. Leonard’s Sharpening Service – On site service while you wait; sharpening of hand garden tools, knives and scissors
Nickolai Walko – Hand-cut original works of art and prints
Pine Knot Hellebores, LLC – Hellebores and other woodland/shade perennials
Plants with Purpose – Edible landscape plants such as blueberry, blackberry, raspberry, grape, and fig mostly in 2 – 3 gallon nursery containers
Rabbit and Wren – Hand-painted tote bags, pencil bags, notebooks, tea towels, t-shirts featuring VA flora and fauna. Handmade felt animals/ornaments of VA animals
Red Root & Company – Culinary, beverage, health and wellness products crafted in herbalist tradition. Syrups, shrubs, oxymels, tonics and bitters
Richmond Area Daylily Society – Daylilies
Richmond Horticulture Association – Perennials, small trees, shrubs and other garden related objects
Roots and Blooms – Potted re-blooming bearded irises, bare root peonies and potted companion perennials
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 and children
Wandering Cowfarm – Farm made soap, lotions, bath and body products; glass art, dog toys, wool and yarn felt art, birdfeeders and more
Winding Brook Farm – Japanese maples, arborvitaes, shade trees
Woodside Pawpaw – Pawpaw seedlings between 1-3 years old (all native, non-cultivars); Pawpaw fruit, jams, seeds and stickers
Zapantis Designs – Sustainable naturally dyed textiles; All items dyed using plants and food waste. A variety of scarves, linens, jewelry, art prints, kitchen linens, blankets, etc.
Watch our PlantFest video to learn more.
Please bring your wagon to make shopping easy!