Native & Heirloom Plant Fair

Saturday, April 14th, 2018, 9 AM - 3 PM

Admission and vendor space is FREE! Donations encouraged.

If you are interested in being a vendor, contact Dana at 254-977-3687 or

2017 vendors included the following:

lavendergrams.comPlants, Flowers, Chickens, and "Roger Roo!"
Worthington OrchardsBedding Plants, Jams, Yard art
Tarleton HorticultureBeautiful Texas Native plants
H & H StonesYard Art, Bath Products, Candles, Lazy Susans, (new!)
Wyler GreenhousesHerbs, cactus, tomatoes, peppers, various plants
R & E PlantsHerbs, perennials & vegetables
Prairie Oaks Master NaturalistEducation
70723 Project - Make a Quilt BlockFree participation in quilt block making.
Deborah BalesVintage glassware bird feeders, garden aprons
Louise FullerLots of plants
Two Texan Princesses CandlesHand poured quality made Candles
20th Century ClubChildren's hand print pictures
Annette CaldwellNative plants, mustang grape jelly
Beckys Perennial Plants & CraftsPerennial plants and handmade outdoor crafts
Cactus WrenPlants, body care, jewelry, art
For the BirdsBirdhouses, crocheted items
Petals & Prints HomemadeHandmade Decor and Gift Items
Tarleton State UniversityTexas Conservation License Plates
Mary GonzalesSalsa and burritos
Valarie BurnsSucculents & herbs
Quilt GuildQuilt raffle
C Fox GourdsCarved gourds
Norman FoxHandmade knives
Mary GonzalesSalsa & burritos
Erath County Master GardenersEducational information on gardening
River Glen StudioNative plants
Country Girl SewsSewn items, candy, pickles, jelly
BJ WalkerPortable raised garden, picnic tables
Margie CopelandHerbs, local honey
Hennen CummingsPurple fountaingrass and Rex butterhead lettuce (grown in aquaponics)
American LegionQuilt raffle
Kelly EtzelHandblown blass beads & jewelry
Mike FlowersHandmade cutting boards
Tribeta Biological Honor SocietyConcessions