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 Fall Gardeners Market
Saturday, August 25, 2018
8:30am-12:30pm

Vendors are needed for this year's Fall Gardeners Market.  If you are a vendor and interested in applying for a vendor spot, please apply here.  Just a couple spots left-hurry and sign up.
This event is open to the public, you do not need to be a member to shop here.  Please bring a friend and share your experience of the many wonderful events the HPS offers.

Fall will be here shortly! after a long hot summer it’s time to take stock of your garden and make plans for the end of this year and next Spring by shopping now at the Fall Gardeners Market. Our annual event brings together all the nurseries you love to shop at all in one location. As usual our vendors will have a fabulous selection to satisfy all your planting needs.

This ever popular event will continue the tradition of offering an auction, special pricing on nitrile gardening gloves and a membership booth, nonmembers can chat about HPS with longtime members, and may join or renew HPS that day.

Volunteers will be on hand to direct parking and load your cars. Bring a wagon or cart to carry your purchases. A plant park is available to leave your selections, while you continue to shop. Bring your friends and neighbors. The sale is free and open to everyone. If you are available to help set-up, greet, or sell raffle tickets the day of the event or have a question,  please contact Laura Axel at [email protected].   To apply to be a vendor, click here.

Vendors who will be participating this year!

Butterfly Oasis Nursery=Perennials, shrubs+ trees mostly native.
Cairnsgrove Gardens & Apiary=Raw local honey,beeswax handcream/lotion bars, hand made all natural soaps.
Collins Nursery=Native Nursery of Perennials, shrubs, trees. Hypertufa troughs+pots.
Cymron Cottage Landscape Contractors & Plantsmen=Perennials+small shrubs.
Garden Vision Epimediums=Epimedium+other hard to find shade perennials.
Gettysburg Gardens=Woody+herbaceous perennials, mainly native.
Pennsbury Gardens=Wildflowers for shade, ferns,native Azaleas+Rhododendrons.
Peony's Envy=Peony roots and peony related merchandise.
PHS Meadowbrook Farm=Rock garden perennials,uncommon tropical ferns+tropical plants,dwarf conifers, cactus.
Poison Ivy Horticulturist offering advice, consultations and products.                                                                                                                                                                                            Putnam Hill Nursery=Perennials native+non. Groundcovers and a variety of hard to find plants.
Rooster Ridge Pitcher Plants=Pitcher plants and native specie seedlings.
Ryeland Gardens=Perennials, interesting shrubs, unusual conifers and steel planters.
Shannon’s Nursery=Native perennials, ferns, shrubs+trees.
Steven Kristoph Nursery=Great selection of woody shrubs, trees, perennials etc
Terra Maven=Cement garden art, tender succulents etc.                                                                                                                                                                                                              Tiffany Perennials=Really rare plants, interesting natives+fancy weeds.
Wolf Run Nursery=Conifers+other perennials.
Yellow Springs Farm=Conifers+other perennials.

And representation from:

Delaware Valley Water Garden Society
Delaware Valley Rock Garden Society
Delaware Valley Fern Society

And this year we are pleased to include a Food Truck:
Sweet Aloha Food Truck= Acai/Pitaya/Green/Pineapple/ Smoothie bowls+smoothies.

Directions to Freedoms Foundation, 1601 Valley Forge Rd (Rte 23), Valley Forge, PA  19482
From Pennsylvania Turnpike, take Exit 24 (King of Prussia-Valley Forge). After the toll booth, take the first immediate right (Exit 327 - Valley Forge National Historical Park). You will be on North Gulph Rd which becomes Rte 23 West through Valley Forge National Historical Park. At the next traffic light (Rte 252), proceed straight through on Rte 23 West. Approximately one mile on your right, at the top of the hill (where a large American flag is located), is the entrance to the Freedoms Foundation.

 

 

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