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Gardeners Fair Vendor Information

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Featuring Tomatoes by Allandale Farm, Herbs by the New England Unit of the Herb Society of America, the Society Row Plant Sale, and many unique vendors with plants, garden tools, art, supplies, and much, much, more.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

8 am to 3 pm
Mass Hort members: 8 am special preview
General admission: 9 am – 3 pm
Parking for general admission: $5.00 per car*

*Note: if you send post cards to your past buyers, we can give you special copy for free parking when they bring the postcard you have sent them.
EVENT DESCRIPTION: The Gardeners' Fair at Elm Bank is an event focused on the gardening enthusiast, the home gardener, and people who love plants and gardens. Mass Hort is inviting vendors to sell plants (perennials, trees, shrubs, fruits, vegetables, and flowers), garden hardscape, pots, containers, garden sculpture and furniture, tools, clothing, and other plant and garden-related goods.

Please do not bring TOMATOES OR HERBS, as we have partners for these items.

We are planning educational lectures, food vendors, kids' activities, and fun for the whole family. The Gardeners' Fair will be held at Mass Hort's Elm Bank location at 900 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA.

The Gardeners’ Fair Event Promotion will include Mass Hort’s web site, emails to over 5,000 members, social media, banners, and flyers. Plan on promoting to your audiences to enhance attendance.

Complete your application and mail it in today!

Non-profit organizations: CLICK HERE

Commercial Vendors: CLICK HERE

Join us at the 2017Gardeners’ Fair

About the Massachusetts Horticultural Society

Mass Hort logo newFounded in 1829, the Massachusetts Horticultural Society is dedicated to encouraging the science and practice of horticulture and developing the public's enjoyment, appreciation, and understanding of plants and the environment.