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The Tulsa Garden Center will be hosting their annual “SpringFest Garden Market and Festival”
The first day of Spring arrived on March 20th in 2009! Did it start you thinking about planting your garden? Your timing is very good. Tulsa Garden Center can help you get ready.
On April 10 and 11 from 9am to 4pm at 2435 S. Peoria the Tulsa Garden Center will present their Garden Market and Festival.
At this market you will find everything you need for your garden. There will be a plethora of plants, gardening information, garden art, unique art & craft vendors, food and fun for the whole family.
Tulsa area nurseries are going to be there to offer the newest and best plant selections for 2009 from Heirloom tomatoes, vegetable starts, hanging baskets, lilacs, roses, a super selection of perennials and annuals, and more. Included in the list of vendors is: Juniper Hill Farm, Roses Inc. Tulsa, A New Leaf, Colebrook Nursery, Duck Creek Farms, Utopia Gardens, We B Trees, MB Gardens, Creekside Plants and Timber Ridge Farms.
Do you have questions? Master Gardeners will be available to answer your those questions. They will also be selling plants from their own gardens.
Bring the whole family and get ready to spend a full day of fun at this spring event. There will be face painting by Gentle Jesters and they will be creating their many different balloon sculptures for all the children. Kids will also have the opportunity to visit and have a photo taken with the Easter Bunny.
There will be shopping among the beautiful landscaped areas of the mansion’s front lawn where you will find practically every type of plant you could ever want. Vendors outside and inside the historical Tulsa Garden Center home will offer unique craft items for you, your home and your garden. Vendors include North of Oz Designs, artist Stephen Smith, OK Statuary, Scentables, Zedel International, Stilesdecor, A-Mark on the World, Buzz Art, Lunsford Enterprises, Westfall Fine Art, J and B Jewelry, Silk Degrees, Oklahoma Botanical Garden, Kelly’s Soaps, Salts & Fizzies, Basket Sensations, The M.e.t, Marsha’s Pottery, Rosu Ella, Tulsa Artists’ Support Group, Images Etched, Homemade Gourmet, Essential Luxuries, artist Sue La Lond, artist Rene� Miller, Mud & Metal, artist Watona Robards, Mike’s Fresh Roasted Nuts, artist Bill Goree, and Dangles, Bangles and More.
Visitors are encouraged to visit the Garden Center Gift Shop, where they will find even more garden related items and unique gifts. Don’t forget the beautiful Linnaeus Teaching Gardens, a state-of-the-art demonstration garden in Woodward Park which offers an array of ideas for you to implement in your garden.
This gardening extravaganza will be on Easter weekend, April 10 and 11 so mark your calendar now.
Proceeds from SpringFest Garden Market and Festival benefit the Tulsa Garden Center. For more information call 746-5125 or visit their website.