2017 Plant Sale

 

Directions:  In Georgetown, San Gabriel Park is located just north of the Williams Drive Intersection on N. Austin Ave. Turn off of N. Austin Avenue onto Chamber Way.  Then turn left onto E. Morrow Street.  The Show Barn is on the left just past the Rodeo Arena where all the bleachers are.

Native and Adapted Plants:  There will be a huge selection of  native and adapted perennials and herbs for sale.  A list of plants will be posted when it becomes available.

Door Prizes will be given away every hour for those who sign up to be on our Master Gardener email list.  Must be present to win.

Local and Area Vendors at the Fair (subject to change)

  1. Texas Land & Water Designs:  Water efficient landscape designs, water saving irrigation products and information.
  2. Premier Designs Jewelry:  Necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings.  You don’t need a fancy wardrobe to look nice.
  3. Gregory’s Special Creations:  Various types of wood art, trivets, wall hangings, crosses and wood puzzles.
  4. Liberty Hill Garden Club:  Painted birdhouses and garden art.
  5. Country Crosses:  Hand crafted wooden crosses, inspirational plaques and garden angels.
  6. Sageline, Inc (Georgetown Farm Supply and Hill County Feed and Supply) – Gardening with Chickens
  7. Initials, Inc: Integrate garden supplies:  Totes, coolers, hats, blankets and bags.
  8. Kathy Myers – Patterned Bags, Hot Pads, Baby Items
  9. Certified Arbor Care, Inc:  Tree services.
  10. Texas Petals:  Stack-able garden boxes and garden décor.
  11. Davey Tree Co.:  Tree services.
  12. For the Birds:  Bird houses and bug houses, etc., bird balls.
  13. J & S Outdoors – Handmade stepping stones, Yard Art, and Birdhouses
  14. Marilyn Snyder – Doterra – Essential Oils
  15. Gracie’s Garden – Medicinal Herbs
  16. Kyani:  Nutritional supplement products.
  17. Happy Stitches:  Embroidered and heat press vinyl shirts with garden sayings, jackets, garden aprons and garden hats.

Free Educational Horticultural Programs will be provided from 8:00 AM till after 2:00 PM.  See flyer above for a list of topics starting at 8:00 AM.

Junior Master Gardener’s will be providing activities all day long for youth attending the sale.

Educational Learning Centers will be providing information and educational activities all day long.  (subject to change)

  1. Chicken Information Booth:  Hands on activities with chickens.
  2. 4-H Booth:  Youth Development Workshops.
  3. Herb Garden Booth:  Repeating sessions on Recipes, Fragrances/crafts and Garden Design.
  4. Ask a Master Gardener Information Booth:
  5. Master Naturalist Booth:
  6. Rose Garden Information Booth:
  7. Vegetable Gardening Booth:  Teaching how to transplant plants.
  8. Water Conservation Booth:  Making rain barrels from trash cans.
  9. Williamson County Extension Booth:

Rooster

The Williamson County Poultry Association Show will be at the Fair.  There will be a chicken judging event and a rooster crowing contest among other activities.

 

Breakfast and Lunch will be provided by the Williamson County 4-H.Sandwich and Drink

Native and Adapted Plants, Herbs, Succulents (see list below)

Agastache ‘Kiowa Sunset’ Mexican oregano Skeletonleaf goldeneye
Artemesia ‘Powis Castle’ Milkweed, native Skullcap pink
Aster, Fall Milkweed, tropical Skullcap, purple (Wrightii)
Barbara’s buttons Mistflower, Gregg’s blue Society garlic
Blackfoot daisy Mistflower, betony-leaf Standing cypress
Bluebeard Penstemon, rock Succulents mix
Bulbine, orange Penstemon, Gulf Coast Texas betony
Calylophus Phlox, Louisisana Turk’s cap
Catmint ‘Walker’s Low’ Plumbago, blue and white Verbena ‘Blue Princess’
Chile pequin Plumbago, leadwort Verbena, homestead purple
Columbine, red, yellow Prairie fleabane Verbena, prairie
Coneflower, purple and mixed colors Prairie goldenrod Yarrow, gold
Copper Canyon daisy Rock rose Yucca, pale leaf
Coreopsis ‘Nana’ Rosemary, prostrate and upright Yucca, red
Damianita Rudbeckia ‘Goldsturm’ Zexmenia
Dianthus, ‘First Love’ Ruellia ‘Ragin Cajun’ VINES
Esperanza ‘Solar Flare’ Sage, Autumn Coral honeysuckle vine
Esperanza, yellow Sage, big red Coral honeysuckle vine, yellow
Firecracker fern Sage ‘Blue Hill’ Mexican flame vine
Flame acanthus Sage, cedar Snapdragon vine
Four nerve daisy Sage, Henry Duelberg GRASSES
Gaura, pink , white Sage, Jerusalem Bamboo Muhly
Germander, creeping Sage, Jerusalem dwarf Bear grass
Germander, wall Sage, Lynn’s everblooming Gulf Muhly
Gomphrena mix Sage, lyreleaf Inland sea oats
Greek myrtle Sage ‘May Night’ Mexican feathergrass
Ice plant, red, yellow, purple Sage, Mexican bush Pine Muhly
Lamb’s ear Sage, pineapple Sedge, Texas
Lantana ‘Irene’ Sage, Russian HERBS
Lantana ‘New Gold’ Sage, tropical (red) Fennel, sweet and bronze
Lantana, purple trailing Salvia  ‘Purple Fairy Tale’ Lavandar, grosso and hyssop
Lion’s tail Santolina, gray and green Lemon balm
Manfreda Scabiosa, blue and pink Lemon verbena
Mexican honeysuckle Sedum mix Oregano, hot & spicy
Mexican mint marigold Shrimp plant  red Sage, garden
Silver ponyfoot Thyme, English and silver

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