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Fall Gardeners Market 2024
Farm, Home & Youth Foundation of Montgomery County
1015 Bridge Road
Collegeville, Pennsylvania 19426

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Saturday, September 28, 2024, 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM EDT
Category: Annual Events & Programs

Fall Gardeners Market 2024
Save the Date – Saturday, September 28th, 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Family Home and Youth (formerly 4H), 1015 Bridge Road, Collegeville, PA 19426

Free and open to everyone

You, our members, have spoken – the Fall Gardeners Market lives on!! Your HPS/MAG Board is always assessing the value our programs bring to our members, and to the society. When the FGM came up for discussion, the message was clear – Stay Calm and Carry On – selling plants, that is.

As we remind you every year, fall is one of the best times of the year to plant, and our FGM vendors offer the best plants and advice. So, take out all those notes you took at our winter virtual programs, the March into Spring symposium, the Members’ Garden Tour, and all the Pop-Up garden visits, and make your shopping list. You’ll find unique plants for your new or existing rock garden, native plants for your pollinator garden, quality trees and shrubs, and lots of wonderful sun and shade perennials at this year’s market. Join us – it’s a great plant sale and a fun time!!

Same Venue as 2023:

The Fall Gardeners’ Market will once again be held on the grounds of the Farm, Home & Youth Foundation of Montgomery County in Collegeville, PA; also the home of the Montgomery County 4-H Club. Located in a beautiful country setting, this site offers plenty of parking and plenty of space for shopping and socializing. Our vendors will be set up in a covered space so you can shop in comfort come rain or shine.


As in past years, the 2024 Fall Gardeners’ Market will offer the following:

  • One-stop Shopping with a variety of Fabulous Vendors, including sellers of succulents; native plants; a wide variety of perennials, trees, and shrubs; and lots of unique specimens you won’t find elsewhere
  • Special pricing on nitrile Gardening Gloves
  • A Raffle of plant related items from the vendors and some individuals
  • Gently used Garden Books at deep discounts
  • The HPS Membership Booth, where nonmembers are invited to chat about HPS/MAG with longtime members, and visitors may join or renew their membership
  • HPS Volunteers on hand to direct parking and load cars; savvy shoppers bring baskets or a wagon to carry their purchases
  • A “Plant Park” where you can corral your purchases while you continue to shop

2024 Participating Vendors:

  • Bountiful Gardens, LLC- Native plants, herbaceous perennials and grasses as plugs. Shrubs, trees and tubelings in small nursery pots.
  • Cairnsgrove Gardens & Apiary-Raw local honey, beeswax handcream/lotion bars, hand all natural soaps.
  • Gettysburg Gardens, LLC-Woody, bulbous and herbaceous perennials, a wide assortment.
  • Marano Gardens LLC-Perennials, alpines and succulents.
  • Mid Atlantic Carnivorous Plant Society-Carnivorus plants.
  • Nottingham Bonsai-Hardy and tropical bonsai and carnivorous plant.
  • Plates Abloom- Garden art composed of plates of varied materials; crystal, metal, knobs, saucers, salts and marbles.
  • Rabbit Hole Plants-Rare and unusual hardy plants from around the globe.
  • Shannon's Nursery-Native perennials, ferns, shrubs and trees
  • Steven Kristoph Nursery-Woody and herbaceous perennials.
  • Toadshade Wildflower Farm-Native plants (herbaceous perennials, small trees) and native plant seeds.
  • Triple Oaks Nursery & Herb Garden-Plants and horticulture items.

If you have any Questions, please email Laura Axel at [email protected]