Garden Vendors on the Millennium Trail
On the Festival Opening Weekend the 2.6K Millennium Lilac Trail will showcase the work of a variety of local Horticultural Garden and Decor vendors.
Steve Welch creates a variety of wooden garden art, as well as cutting boards, handturned pens, kitchen utensils, game calls and cribbage boards. For more information on their products, take a look at their facebook page
Feathered Friends Studio by Kathleen Reid. One of a kind bird feeders and bird baths from repurposed vintage glassware .
Alex Lowe, Illustrator Alex Lowe has created a series of one-of-a-kind watercolour and acrylic illustrations inspired by the Warkworth Lilac Festival and the nature of Northumberland. Original paintings, prints, and products featuring her work such as journals, mugs, and scarves will be available. To view more artwork and products, visit her website alexloweillustration.com.
Wildfowl Carvings, Warkworth
TrueNorth Daylilies & Perennials by Tim Hobbs & Donna Pass Throughout the season, TrueNorth Daylilies & Perennials offers a wide selection of sun and shade loving perennials, bagged soil and amendments. In July and August you can find thousands and thousands of unique hybridized field grown daylilies. 20+ varieties of garlic will be available in late July for all your culinary needs.
At Rocky Meadows we grow 7 varieties of lavender. Presently, we have about 5000 plants in the ground. There is a shop on-site at the farm where we sell our hand-crafted products- from soaps, lotions, creams, serums, sprays, sachets, lavender inspired giftware, and many other items.
We do sell our plants as well. The lavender field is open to the public during the month of July, and during July we also have several events that people can sign up for on our website at rockymeadowslavender.ca. Farm fresh eggs are available too!
Other Vendors include:
The Festival Lilac sales
Brighton Horticultural Club
Norwood Horticultural Society
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