For those of you in the Central Pennsylvania area, here’s a reminder of the upcoming Landis Valley Museum’s 2006 Herb & Garden Faire which will take place this weekend.
This popular annual Herb & Garden Faire will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 12th and 13th from 9am to 5pm on both days.
This is my favorite herb and vegetable plant sale and the largest one held in this area. Unlike the shows held earlier in the spring, this one has the advantage of offering plants much closer to the time that they can be safely planted into the garden.
There will be over eighty vendors providing seeds, and plants of a variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs, perennials, and annual flowers. Other items available include bonsai, landscape and water gardening plants, as well as accessories, tools, and supplies to make your gardening easier and more productive.
You won’t have any difficulty locating unique heirloom varieties as many of the vendors specialize in rare and old fashioned varieties of fruits and vegetables. The Landis Valley Heirloom Seed Project will also be on hand offering heirloom tomatoes, antique apples, heirloom roses and other vegetables, perennials, and annuals.
The Landis Valley Museum is located in Lancaster Pennsylvania and you can get more information about this weekends gardening faire by visiting their website at: Herb & Garden Faire Info. For directions and general visitor information visit: Landis Valley Museum Info.
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