Due to the Corona Virus, the Sewickley Spring Market has been cancelled for 2021 and rescheduled for May 7th, 2022.
Below is a list of garden clubs, plants, locations, and times where each individual garden club will be selling their items.
Village Garden Club please select this link for Plant & Herb Sale order form.
We are offering a mouthwatering variety of herbs to delight every cook (including basil, chamomile, chives, cilantro, dill, lavender, marjoram, mint oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, savory, tarragon, lemon verbena) and heirloom tomatoes. We also have geraniums, coleus, trailing petunias and potato vine which have been coordinated to create a vibrant hanging basket or container.
Trowel & Error will once again be selling flats of annuals: Flats of 36 plants are $20. If you order 6 or more flats the price drops to $18 flat. Half flats are available. You may mix plants to make a full or half flat. For sunny areas we have Begonias, Vinca, Annual Salvia, Lobelia, Ageratum, Alyssum and Dusty Miller. We have 4 ½ in pots of Geraniums and spikes (Dracena). For shady areas, we continue to offer Impatiens as well as individual 4 ½ inch pots of New Guinea Impatiens. Please send queries about color availability and orders to TrowelandErrorPresale@gmail.com by April 30th. Pickup on May 6th, 9am-3pm at 319 Woodland Road. Our profits help to maintain and beautify Wolcott Park.
Grapevine Garden Club is offering a WIDE variety of our tried-and-true TOMATOES, (mostly indeterminate): cherries, slicers, red and yellow. To complement the offering of tomatoes, Mammoth BASIL, various BELL PEPPERS and orient Express EGGPLANT will be included for sale, too. Every plant is container worthy, priced competitively, while supplies last! Friday May 7 from 3 – 6 pm and Saturday May 8 from 9 am – noon, at driveway of 8 FARMHILL RD. If plants available, possibly Sunday May 9 at 11 am at Walnut St. Park. Please contact Margie: 412-401-4000 or Bonnie 412-327-4598 for info and details. Grapevine Garden club thanks our tomato lovers for their past support while looking forward to this 2021 garden year, too!