Garden Fair – Mother’s Day Weekend

Mother’s Day Weekend
Due to the University of Virginia’s Covid restrictions, Garden Fair is moving to the Clarke County Fairgrounds for this year only.
890 W Main St, Berryville VA 22611

$15 per car, $10 in advance through our website

Pay online now! Save $5.

The expansive property will allow for plenty of distance between shoppers and vendors and excellent parking. Easy access and great visibility will help make Garden Fair the experience our visitors expect.

A great selection of small trees, shrubs, berry bushes, annuals, perennials, and products for your home and garden will please every gardener.

Vendors from around the region bring their inventory to you: You’d have to drive hundreds, even thousands of miles to enjoy the selection that’s available at Garden Fair. Garden Fair is one-stop shopping for everything for your home and garden!

Food vendors will offer lunch while you shop, and covered pavilions provide a place to relax and enjoy a break.

Masks are required for vendors and shoppers.


All proceeds benefit the Foundation of the State Arboretum and its programs.

Gardening in the Valley Symposium

Scheduled Topics and Speakers Include:

Organics: Origins, Definitions, and How Organic are the Products You Buy?
Karin French, USDA Training Office

Big Dreams, Small Garden: Creating the Extraordinary in Your Ordinary Space.
Marianne Willburn, Author and Journalist

Medicinal Plants: How to Use Them in Your Home in Everyday Items.
Wendell Combest, Shenandoah University Professor of Biopharmaceutical Sciences

Best Practices for Small Farms: Making a Living by Growing Crops & Raising Livestock.
Tyler and Angel Wakeman of the fifth generation family farm Valley Roots Farm

Native Plants: Attracting Butterflies with Flora Local to the Shenandoah Valley.
Stacey Morgan Smith, VCE Master Gardener

$65 registration includes continental breakfast, hot lunch, and free parking, plus chance to mingle with speakers, win door prizes and ticket auctions, enjoy a mini seed swap, and talk gardening with EMGs and other attendees.

Shop from garden vendors with plants, herbs, and other goodies, as well as books for sale by the speakers and authors of interest.

Check in between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. and enjoy breakfast.
Welcome address kicks off the day at 8:45 a.m., and talks end by 4:00 p.m.

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