Specialty Plants & Garden Ornaments Sale
Saturday, May 1
8 am - 4 pm
Now in its 13th year, Ladew’s annual Garden Festival has become the most anticipated specialty plant, garden ornaments, and antiques sale in the region. Shop from over 30 exclusive collection of vendors from across the eastern seaboard offering hard to find perennials, specialty annuals, unique small trees, unusual exotics, container specialties, decorative garden furniture, urns, and architectural treasures.
Tickets are limited. Advance ticket purchase is required. No tickets will be sold on site.
TIERED TICKET PRICING to allow for early bird and safe social distance shopping
|8 am – 9:45 am
|10 am – 11:45 am
|| Purchase your ticket
|12 pm – 1:45 pm
|2 pm – 3:45 pm
• To help ensure safety for all guests, face masks are required during Garden Festival.
• New for this year… Garden Festival will be presented in the Ladew Field.
• Bring your own garden wagon and tote bags as we are unable to provide volunteer assistance with your purchases this year.
• The Gardens will not be open during Garden Festival.
• There will not be any food vendors on site.
• Garden Festival is presented rain or shine.
Become a Friend of the Festival
Enjoy First Dibs Shopping, plus guests receive A Year at Clove Brook Farm by Christopher Spitzmiller, designer and author.
|Friday, April 30
|| Choose your level
|3 - 7 pm
Questions: Contact Alice Dearing at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410.557.9570 x 229
Christopher Spitzmiller is known to his friends and Instagram fans as the ultimate weekend farmer, who raises his own handsome chickens, grows his own flowers, and puts up his own jam, cider, and honey. In this, his first book, he treats readers to a full year at Clove Brook Farm, his idyllic but always-active country retreat. Filled with tips on garden-planning, creating seasonal flower arrangements, and living with animals, A Year at Clove Brook Farm is a timely book as we are all focused making the most of our own homes and gardens.
Christopher Spitzmiller is a designer and artist whose lamps, tableware, and other ceramics are found in every chic A-list interior, including the White House, and are regularly featured in celebrated publications including Architectural Digest and the Wall Street Journal. He is on the board of the Garden Conservancy and the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.
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