Garden Festival Vendors

30th Annual Garden Festival

Garden Festival 2017

 

The 30th Annual Fall Garden Fest (yes, thirty years!) will be held on November 18th & 19th!

Join us for our very popular annual garden festival and plant sale where you’ll find an exceptional selection of plants, flowers, herbs, garden tools, supplies and much more.

Get advice, ask questions or stop by to chat. Ask the experts!
Attend any or all of our Gardening 411 activities.

FREE admission  Saturday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

This year’s festival Vendors will include: Tropiflora, LLC. and Odom’s Orchids, Inc. as well as Akamia Accents, Atizana Inspired, D & D Growers, D.R. Bates Liners & Gallons, Doctor Kirchner-Natural Weed Killer, The Garden Market, J & P Nursery, Johns Jungle, Liquid Gold Natural Honey Products, Orchids in Bloom, Our Vital Earth, Inc., Peter’s Croton  & Cordylines Nursery, Soil mates Garden Expressions andTreasure Coast Bee Keepers.

Our Non-profit partners include:  St Lucie County Master Gardeners, Treasure Coast African Violet Society, Treasure Coast Junior Master Gardeners, Treasure Coast WoodTurners Guild, and University Of Florida Biological Control Research & Containment Laboratory.
Kid’s Activities and lots of food. Come and join in the fun!

Check out this year’s schedule of events: HERE

  • Vendors interested in participating can get more information HERE
  • Interested in volunteering? We always need new Co-Horts! Find out more HERE
Amarylus

I Spy…In the Garden

What Might You See Around the Garden this Month?

Here’s a collection of interesting plants, artists, gardeners, flowers and critters that you may spot when you visit the gardens at Heathcote.

Monarch Butterfly

Blooming in the Butterfly Garden

Planting a butterfly garden is a great way to beautify your yard and help attract many of the different butterflies found in Florida. Most butterfly gardens are also a magnet for hummingbirds and beneficial insects. A productive butterfly garden does not require a large land area—even a few key plants can make a huge impact.

To generate a list of host plants for a specific area, visit Florida Native Plant Society’s website.

Here are a few of the plants currently blooming in Heathcote’s butterfly garden.

There are more than 765 species of butterflies found in North America north of Mexico. Florida boasts over 180 verified butterfly species representing some 170 native or newly established species and 17 tropical vagrants. Within that mix, around 40 are considered either unique to the state or occur mostly within its boundaries. This diverse butterfly fauna is the highest of any state east of the Mississippi River and helps make Florida a premier location for butterfly gardeners.

Butterfly information from document WEC 22, one of a series of the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Department, UF/IFAS Extension. Original publication date December 1990. Revised February 2008. Reviewed October 2014. Visit the EDIS website at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu.

National Public Gardens Day

National Public Gardens Day & Fun ‘n Funky

Join us in celebrating this national day
to raise awareness of America’s public gardens!
* Free Admission for everyone.
Tag Sale

Our Annual “FUN & FUNKY” Tag Sale

May 12th – May 13th
Friday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Vintage finds and closet cast-offs will reign during this event with proceeds benefiting children’s programs.

Join the fun, socialize with our CoHorts and look for a bargain you can’t resist!

DONTATE YOUR GENTLY USED ITEMS…

Beginning on April 3rd, between the hours of 9:00am – 4:00pm, Monday – Friday through May 10th, we will be accepting your donations of gently used items for our yard sale on the grounds at Heathcote.* Please – No electronics, bed linens or clothes. Only garden related books will be accepted.

Our Annual Spring Garden Sale Heathcote propagated plants and more will be available for purchase.

Lots of fun for the entire family!