The annual Callaway Gardens Plant Fair and Sale is March 26-29.
Choose from garden-related items and a flowering plants and shrubs, including many hard-to-find varieties and native plants that thrive in our area.
Nineteen nurseries and specialty vendors from throughout the Southeast will have plants for sale, answer plant-related questions and offer garden-related wares. Those participating include the Chattahoochee Valley Day Lily Society; Eagle’s Roost Herb Farm; Fern Ridge Farms; Hollonville Nursery; Kombi Tools Inc.; Laurel Springs Nursery; Lewis Simmons Designs; Garden Delights; Granny’s Old Bloomers; Lone Wolf Den; Massee Lane Camellia Gardens; McMahon Nursery; Our Secret Garden; Petals from the Past; Rocky Branch Nursery; The House of Bonsai and Wade’s Metal Works.
Callaway Gardens’ volunteers will be selling plants grown at Callaway.
There will also be a Callaway Gardens retail booth featuring a selection of garden-related items including books like Walter Reeves’ newest book, "Georgia Gardeners’ Q&A: 501 Answers to Frequently Asked Questions." Reeves, who will accompany Page Dickey as keynote speakers at the March 27 Callaway Gardening School, will be on hand to autograph his books. Dickey will also be signing her latest book "Gardens in the Spirit of Place."
The Plant Fair and Sale will be3-7 p.m. March 26; 10 a.m.-6 p.m. March 27-28 and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. March 29.
Saturday and Sunday also will offer an art show and sale by the Southern Rivers Guild of Artists and Craftsmen. There will be painters and potters, jewelers and blacksmiths, woodcarvers and mosaic makers, and more displaying and selling their creations.
Admission to the Plant Fair and Sale at the Beach Dome at Robin Lake Beach is free when entering through the beach gate on U.S. Hwy. 27. Admission will be charged to those who wish to visit the rest of Callaway Gardens. Tickets are $15; $7.50 for children 6-12 and children five and younger get in free.