Fall Gardeners' Market

What a wonderful success the Fall Gardeners Market was today! 228 people attended the event despite the steady rain interspersed with heavy rain. There was lots of plant browsing, plant buying, plant discussions... (well, you get the idea : ), in addition to much needed camaraderie and general cheerfulness. For a lot of attendees, this was their first experience at Meadowbrook, which was a lovely venue.

Thanks to Laura, the Volunteers, the Attendees, the Vendors and Meadowbrook for making this a very special day.

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Free and open to everyone. 

Fall is one of the best times of year to plant— the soil is still warm enough to allow root systems to establish and cooler temperatures reduce your need to water. Get a head start on your fall plant-buying—and enjoy one-stop shopping-- at HPS/MAG’s annual Fall Gardeners Market. The Market features 16 different vendors, including sellers of succulents, native plants, fancy weeds, trees and shrubs, and tons of unique specimens you won’t find elsewhere. 

In addition, we offer special  pricing on nitrile Gardening Gloves. Some years we have a Raffle of plant related items from the vendors and some individuals.

At our Membership Booth, nonmembers are invited to chat about HPS/MAG with longtime members, and visitors may join or renew their membership.

Savvy shoppers bring baskets or a wagon to carry their purchases, and volunteers are on hand to direct parking and load cars.  A plant park is available to corral your purchases while you continue to shop. 

Our 2021 Fall Gardeners' Market will be held on Saturday, August 28, 2021. Click here to be forwarded to this year's event details.

Here is a list of all FGM vendors from past and current events:

Cairnsgrove Gardens & Apiary - Raw local honey, beeswax handcream/lotion bars, hand all natural soaps.
Collins Nursery - Native nursery of perennials, shrubs, trees. Hypertufa troughs and pots.
Cymron Cottage Nursery - Perennials and small shrubs.
Delaware Valley Chapter Rock Garden Society - Rock garden plants, other specialty plants, and troughs
Garden Vision Epimedium - Epimedium and other hard to find shade perennials.
Gettysburg Gardens - Woody and herbaceous perennials, mainly native.
Nottingham Bonsai - Carnivorous, Tropical and Woody Bonsai plants
Peony's Envy - Peony roots and peony related merchandise.
PHS Meadowbrook - Succulents, cacti and hard to find perennials.
Putnam Hill Nursery - Perennials native and non-native perennials for sun and shade, many unusual varieties.. Ground covers 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 and trees.
Steven Kristoph Nursery - Great selection of woody shrubs, trees, perennials and etc.
Tiffany Perennials - Really rare plants, interesting natives and fancy weeds.
Triple Oaks Nursery - Plants and horticulture items.
Victoria Taylor Design and Garden Accents - Both antique and contemporary garden furniture, statuary, iron work, and pottery.
Yellow Springs Farm Native Plant Nursery - Native perennials and woody plants.
Well Sweep Herb Farm - Common and unusual herbs, perennials, succulents, citrus and exotics
Wolf Run Nursery - Conifers and other perennials.

For questions, contact Laura Axel:  [email protected].