2018 Stallholders

  • Adelaide Hills Vegie Gardens: http://www.adelaidehillsvegiegarden.com.au
  • A Sack of Succulents: Potted arrangement of  succulents,  individually potted succulents & cactus all in hessian sacks
  • Barossa Vintage Florist: Large range of potted plants with usual and funky planters & fresh cut flowers
  • Bev’s Plants: Bev Lane is a retired botanist, natural therapist and herbalist
  • Bloomin Beautiful: Floral Arrangements with native flowers
  • Buttercup Creations:  Family owned business rustic furniture, art and garden creations 
  • Brenton Tucker: Variety of native plants
  • Cactus & Succulent Society of South Australia
  • Clare Valley’s Edible Garden:  Locally grown edible garden plants and herbs
  • Country Posies: Potted colour herbs and shrubs
  • Cottage Plants & Seedlings: Large range of plants & seedlings
  • Croftwood Grove:  Different types of fruiting plants like berries, figs, currants, grapes, chestnuts. A range of herbs some common some not so common and a range of flowering plants
  • Cut above Tools: http://www.cutabovetools.com.au FB@cutabovetools
  • Eagleview: Range of plants
  • Falg Nurseries: Variety of seedling and plants
  • Farmweld: Manufacturers & designers of quality decorative metalwork  https://www.farmweld.com.au/
  • Fengate Nursery
  • Garden Zoo: Unique hand-crafted garden art made from recycled metal by talented Zimbabwean artists @gardenzooaustralia
  • Green Dymension: We grow our plants from seed in South Australian conditions, Cycas Revoluta, Bangalow Palms, Cocos Palms, Bamboo Palms, Rhaphis Excelsa, Elk Horns & Stag Horns (spore grown here in SA), Liriope Evergreen Giant.
  • Green Platypus Gardens: @greenplatypusgardens
  • Grolife:  All Purpose Complete Slow Release Mineral Fertiliser it enables you to protect our environment , grow a healthy garden, really nutritious food, feeds the soil, stimulating a healthy living environment that produces garden plants, lawns and vegetables which are virtually resistant to disease & insect attacks. ww.grolife.com.au
  • Hassles Garden Works: http://www.manningsculptures.com.au
  • Heritage Roses in Aust. Barossa & Beyond
  • High Tea is for the Birds: We specialise in bringing High Tea to the Birds by turning teacups and saucers into beautiful bird feeders.
  • Karkoo Nursery: Grower direct nursery outlet, based in the Adelaide Hills
    Trees/plants,  Hedging, Edibles, Gift/homeware & Garden art
  • Lynmac Metal Art: www.lynmacmetalart.com.au
  • Lyndoch Lavender Farm
  • Ness Pig Compost: Composted pig manure ready to go, absolutely smell free, amazing stuff for your lawn, plants and veggies
  • Nellies Nursery: Variety of native plants
  • Notts Nursery: Great selection of plants, beautiful gifts and good prices fb@nottsnursery
  • Protea World: www.proteaworld.com.au
  • Aust. Plant Society/Para Districts Group: A casual network of members who share a common interest in promoting and preserving the natural flora
  • Regional Profile Cutters: http://www.regionalprofilecutters.com.au
  • Roses in the Heartland: Rose Society of SA
  • Talunga Heights: Australian native plants, irises, daylilies and heritage tomato plants
  • Trigg Plants: https://triggplants.com.au/ Suppliers of quality native, perennial and succulent plants suited to the mediterranean climate as well as many rare and unusual plants
  • Vadoulis Garden Centre: http://vadoulis.com.au/
  • Weald View Gardens: http://www.wealdviewgardens.com.au
  • Zambezi Crafts: We sell garden ornaments in the form of  birds, animals and flowers that are made in Zimbabwe from recycled metal.

NEW to the FESTIVAL in 2018    “EARTH CORNER”

  • ENJO: Are you looking for chemical free, natural cleaning products for your home? ENJO are the products for you
  • Greenhill Living: We all need food to live, so let’s learn how food grows and make it a priority to teach our children about it. The Greenhill Living Food Garden Program & the Garden gang will help inspire our future young farmers to grow our food.
  • Boomerang Bags:Boomerang Bags works to reduce the use of plastic bags by engaging local communities in the making of Boomerang Bags – community made, using recycled materials. Boomerang Bags provide a free, fun, sustainable alternative to plastic bags.By getting involved, you are participating in a global movement, celebrating a grassroots initiative focusing on community building and sustainability.
  • Angaston Lions: 2nd hand good quality garden books
  • Native Animal Network: Native animal rescue information
  • Noble Recycled Products
  • Random Recycle: https://www.instagram.com/random_recycled/
  • Recreate -Mt Pleasant Natural Resource Centre: www.mpnrc.org.au  @recreatecommunity
  • Vintage ‘Kiss’ Barossa: From locally sourced second hand glassware, these two girls really know how to create beautifully proportioned coloured & decorative pieces to put the ‘pop” in your garden. Flowers, bird baths & hanging feeders.