Spring Garden Fair Vendors
AliveNSilk — Unusual vegetables and herbs from around the world, fragrant and exotic plants, and indoor plants.
Bay Maples: Wild California Gardens — Leader in water efficient landscape design including grey water and systems, providing landscape design and maintenance, water features and custom fabrications.
Carman’s Nursery — Rare and unusual plants. Specialties include bonsai starters such as species maples and conifers; miniature plants suitable for garden railroads, rock gardens and fairy gardens; unusual perennials and uncommon fruiting plants including figs, capers and kiwi vines. Family owned since 1937.
HortGrow — Coco coir (coco peat) growing media in compressed blocks, pre-filled grow bags with coco coir media and coco husk chips for landscape mulch.
Hua and Chan Family Foundation — Fruit trees and Asian vegetable seedlings such as Japanese cucumbers, Chinese baby corn, Japanese melons, Chinese eggplants
Krista Kleidon — Art for the garden (mosaic concrete mushrooms, suncatchers, upcycled birdhouse stakes, jeweled spider art window hangers, cork and clothespin wreaths), garden-themed charm bracelets and other jewelry.
Old Toms Wormery — Worms for vermi-composting and worm culture products. Products include Vermicompost and worm bins. Worm bins include totes (14 to 27 gallon) and big (12 to 24 Sq Ft) Continuous Flow Through (CFT) units.
Our City Forest — We plant over 1400 trees in Santa Clara County with the help of over 4000 volunteers annually. Visit the Urban Forestry Education Center at Martial Cottle Park to learn more about urban forestry, drought-tolerant landscape design, and native plants. Open to the public Saturdays 9am-noon. Come learn if you qualify for free trees and services, chat with the arborists and horticulturists, or pick up a drought-tolerant plant for sale. All are welcome!
Repair Café — Have a garden tool you like but no longer works? Don’t toss it – repair it! Bring your busted garden tools, wheelbarrows, and equipment to see if we can get them back in working order for FREE. Repair Café is a volunteer-run, community service organization dedicated to encouraging the repair and reuse of goods rather than relegating them to the landfill. We host events throughout the year where volunteers assess damaged goods and help you make them functional again.
Terra Sole Nurseries — Plants appropriate for our Bay Area climate, unusual plants, houseplants and vegetables.
Contact our SGF vendor coordinator if you have questions.