SUDBURY GARDENING FESTIVAL 
Parkside Centre (YMCA) - Saturday May 30, 2020 - 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 
 

VENDORS AND EXHIBITORS
PARTICIPATING IN THIS YEAR'S SUDBURY GARDENING FESTIVAL
 (As vendors and exhibitors are confirmed they will be added to this page!)

GARDEN CENTRES

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AZILDA GREENHOUSES
300 Carriere Street, Azilda, ON  P0M 1B0

Azilda Greenhouses specializes in helping home and business owners with all their planting and plant care needs.  We have all the supplies and services to assist in landscaping a new yard, beautifying an existing property, starting a vegetable garden or creating privacy.
All fall and winter, we work to make sure the Garden Centre has a superb selection of plant material – specialty annuals for planters and flower beds, healthy vegetable seedlings, hardy perennials, decorative landscape shrubs and even large evergreen and deciduous trees.

PLANTS AND PRODUCE

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CREEK BEND FARM & SEGUIN SUGARBUSH

Our team of Daniel and Tracy Séguin with Louise (Séguin) and Michel Demers are fourth generation sugar makers. Together with family members and friends, we continue to share the annual springtime ritual of transforming the rich maple water into golden syrup on our wood-fired evaporator.


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LAND AND SEA AQUATICS

Land and Sea Aquatics on Falconbridge Road has branched out and is now selling cacti, succulents, tropicals and orchids to meet the needs of local gardeners.


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LEAH'S BACKYARD, URBAN FARM

Leah's Backyard, Urban Farm offers sustainably gorwn hyper-local produce! At the Gardening Festival she will be selling her fresh gourmet herbs in pots (basin, parsley, lettuce...) Don't miss out on her presentation at 1:30 p.m. on growing and maintaining succulents.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HER PRESENTATION


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LEWIS HARDY FRUIT TREES
We have specialized in Hardy Fruit Trees for Northern Ontario Climates for over 30 years.

It's always been Ron's mission to provide the hardiest and most reliable fruit trees for Northern Ontario. He selects varieties with proven track records for hardiness as well and high quality fruit. As Ron eases into retirement he's handing over the reigns of his Hardy Fruit tree business to one of his most active customers over the last 10 years. Phil certainly shares Ron's passion.


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GEO-GREEN GROWERS

Susan and Wally Collins sell locally grown natural produce formm their property in Markstay as well as homemade and preservative-free jams and preserves. 
They will have bedding plants, flowers, preserves, herbs and seeds for sale at the Gardening Festival.


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GRANT'S WILD PRESERVES
Grant Vipond creates delicious jams  and jellies from the many edible wild  plants found in our area.


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McGROWS FARMS AND GARDENS

Annual Flower and Vegetable starts will be available.  The farm also produces fresh local eggs. We also sell local honey, maple syrup products and organic flours. Come see us in Garson to get yours.

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NORTHERN
HEIRLOOM
Kevin Lolas from Northern Heirloom will be selling organic vegetable seedlings from his outdoor booth.

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NORTHERN WILDFLOWERS

Northern Wildflowers is based in Sudbury Ontario and was founded in 2012. It all started as an experiment in growing varieties that could thrive in Northern gardens and provide habitat for pollinators. Our mission is to help our customers create a little slice of wildflower paradise. Whether you are looking for seed for your garden, bulk seed for a restoration project or custom seeds collected for your nursery, we can help.

Our booth will feature native wildflowerseed and wildflower seed mixes.


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THE UGLY BARN FARM

The Ugly Barn Farm ethically raised meats, free-range eggs, berries, gourmet mushrooms and so much more.  At the Festival we will be selling "GROW-YOUR-OWN MUSHROOM" supplies  (dowels, spawn wood and grain, inoculated logs, etc.), mushroom teas, dried mushrooms and pickled mushrooms.

GARDENING SUPPLIES AND SERVICES

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ANNELID CYCLE
Anita Rychlo sells premium worm castings and other eco-products for your garden.


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FAUX ROCKS

Faux Rocks are artificial rocks that can be used to conceal a variety of different items in your garden and landscape. With our large variety of available sizes and shapes we are sure to have the right rock for your application.

GARDEN ART
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ART BY TAMMY GERVAIS

Tammy Gervais creates unique painted rocks, spindle butterflies, and wood wall flowers.


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BEDARD CUTLERY
ART
Melissa Stencill and Josh Bedard create decorative items using reclaimed cutlery and various materials.

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BLOOM
Heather Evans creates beautiful hand-made pottery toppers to repurpose your mason jars.

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BURNT THINGS

Burnt Things is wood burnt Muskoka scenes on boxes , frames, etc. almost anything wood. All designs are freehand drawings by Sharon Sheils and therefore each is one of a kind.


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CUP AND SAUCER BIRD
FEEDERS
Joan Vukoja and Marcy Corbeil create unique bird feeders from cups and saucers.

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DLR PHOTOGRAPHY
Dani-Lyn Redgrift-Bethelot creates greeting notes, gift cards, bookmarks and matted prints from her beautivul nature photos.  Photos ae printed on wood, metal and canvas.

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FIFTH AVENUE COLLECTION

Mary Mancini-Felhaber will be selling garden-inspired fashion jewelry at her indoor booth at the Festival.

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FROM BETTY'S BRUSH

Betty Budgell creates decorative painting on wood, glass and cloth.

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GRANNY BIRD

Laura-Leigh Gillard creates nature inspired original paintings and art prints.


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LILLY'S GLASSERY

The craft of warm glass uses sheets, ribbons, strings and pieces of glass that are fired in a kiln, often multiple times, to create a rainbow of colour in a functional form.
I hope you enjoy my glass as much as I enjoy making it.


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LOVE AND PEBBLES

Original and custom pebble art framed or on recycled cedar boards, featuring dragonflies, flowers, trees, hummingbirds and outdoor scenes.

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QUARTER NOTES AND CREATIONS
Diane Chapman Hodgin creates beautiful handmade note cards in watercolour and ink.


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ROCOCO BY JOHANNE

Johanne Thompson creates vintage upcycled cutlery jewelry - bracelets, pendants, ring, garden markers, key chains.


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TREASURED GARDENS BY LYNE
Lyne D'Aoust creates bird baths, birdfeeders and other garden decor from recycled glassware.

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WIND SONG
Lucinda O'Link creates wind chimes, sun catchers, and window crystals for your garden and home.

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

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CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES
Half of all Canadians will either need blood or know someone who needs it. The need is constant. Book now to donate blood. It’s something you can do today to ensure someone else is waking up healthy tomorrow.


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CASIMIR FOREST SOAP

Marianne Kowal and Tracy Burnham specialize in local handcrafted artisan goat'smilk soaps, bath and body products inspired by the boreal forest.


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PUBLIC HEALTH SUDBURY AND DISTRICTS
Public Health Sudbury & Districts is a progressive public health agency committed to improving health and reducing social inequities in health through evidence-informed practice.
Visit our booth to learn more about West Nile Virus and/or receive your tetanus shot at our
on-site Tetanus Vaccination Clinic.


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VOCKS ROCKS

VoxxLife combines the best of modern technology with decades of research in neuromuscular science to help you achieve your wellness goals, drug-free and without invasive treatments.
Our booth will feature neurological socks and insoles for gardeners.


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INDEPENDENT WATKINS EXECUTIVE SUE LESSARD
Watkins Incorporated is a manufacturer of all natural health remedies, baking products, and other household items. The entire catalog includes 400 products that are sourced worldwide and many are organic.

GARDENING RESOURCES

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SUDBURY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY USED GARDENING BOOK SALE

The Society will be selling an extensive collection of gardening books at very reasonable prices.
All funds raised from the sale will support the work of the Society in our community.


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GREATER SUDBURY PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Greater Sudbury Public Library is a public library system in Sudbury, Ontario. The library system has 13 branches throughout the city. The main branch is called "Mackenzie" and it is located on Mackenzie Street in the city's downtown core.
Don't miss this opportunity to view and borrow gardening resources during the Festival.  If you are not already a member,  you will be able to join at the Festival so that you can borrow resources. 
The Sudbury Horticultural Society donates new books and magazines to the library every year to make them available to all gardeners in the community.


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COLLEGE BOREAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH PROGRAM
“Collège Boréal’s aim in creating a new agriculture program three years ago was to provide training that would give its students the skills they need to adapt to the many technological, social and economic changes in today’s agriculture and agri-food sector. Our new Applied Research Centre for Biodiversity now strengthens the dynamic we created by positioning our college among the leaders of excellence in agriculture and forestry.”

 


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SUDBURY LIVING MAGAZINE

Sudbury Living is for people who enjoy life and living in the City of Greater Sudbury. The magazine combines smart, lively service journalism about home décor, food, fashion, passions, travel and healthy living with personality profiles and interesting stories. It defines Sudburians and their lifestyles. It is positive, informative, and 100 percent local.

Launched in the Fall of 2007, Sudbury Living is published quarterly, and with four additional annual feature publications: Sudbury Living for Students, Sudbury Living Weddings, and Sudbury Living Parents (Spring and Fall), Sudbury Living is a magazine that grows with you.


ENVIRONMENTAL DISPLAYS

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CITY OF GREATER SUDBURY - ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
1805 Frobisher Street, Sudbury, ON  P3B 0E4
We are responsible for the planning, design, approvals, and operation of all solid waste landfills, including leachate and gas collection systems; operation of landfill diversion programs (tires, appliances, electronic waste, etc.) and the administration of landfill tipping fees.
Visit our compost giveaway and display relating to waste management and composting.


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CITY OF GREATER  SUDBURY MUSEUMS

The Greater Sudbury Museums are a network of four small community history museums in Greater Sudbury, Ontario. Three of the four are located on heritage properties in different neighbourhoods within the city, and the fourth is located in a library facility. 
Visit our booth to learn more about free spring and summer programming at Anderson Farm Museum, historical information about the Anderson Farm,, and information about the Walden Community Garden.


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COALITION FOR A LIVEABLE SUDBURY

We are a grassroots group of citizens and community groups who share a vision of Sudbury as a green, healthy and engaged community. Over 1100 people have pledged their support for this vision.  We are citizens of Greater Sudbury, and volunteers who want to make a difference in our community.  
We will be sharing information about gardening and climate resilience and giving away milkweed seeds.


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COMMUNITY GARDEN NETWORK

Our mission is to increase opportunities and access to community gardening in the Sudbury District.  Strenghthen and build community by ensureing that local neighbourhoods, particularly underserved areas, have opportunities for community, school and neighbourhood gardening.
Develop outreach, education, and skill building programs to cultivate and sustain community-based gardens.
Build support for community-based gardening through networking, advocacy, and activistm.


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GREATER SUDBURY FOOD POLICY COUNCIL

The Greater Sudbury Food Policy Council is a group of united citizens from local businesses, organizations, public health, and the city that works to create an equitable, vibrant and sustainale food system where all Sudburians have access to adequite, affordale, safe, nutrtritious and culturally-appropriate food.

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GREATER SUDBURY MUSEUMS

The Greater Sudbury Museums consists of Four municipally operated museums: the Anderson Farm Museum (Lively), the Copper Cliff Museum, the Flour Mill Museum (Sudbury) and the Rayside-Balfour Museum (Azilda).
Gather information about free 2020 spring and summer programming at the Anderson Farm Museum, historical information about the Anderson Farm, and information about the Walden Community Garden


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JUNCTION CREEK STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE

The Junction Creek Stewardship Committee is a dynamic organization focused on the restoration of a large urban waterway in the City of Greater Sudbury. The Committee was founded in 2009 and became a Canadian registered charity in 2019.
As a not for profit organizaiton, we will provide educational resoures on environmental issues, information about upcoing projects/volunteer opportunities, as well as interactive activities to engage youth on plastic issues within the community.


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NORTHERN ONTARIO AGRI-FOOD EDUCATION AND MARKETING

Northern Ontario Agri-Food Education & Marketing Inc. educates consumers and processors about the food industry in Northern Ontario while assisting producers and retailers with marketing initiatives.


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SUDBURY SHARED HARVEST

Sudbury Shared Harvest is a charitable organization with a mission to cultivate community health by connecting people, the food they eat and the land it comes from. We support people in gaining the knowledge, skills and resources they need to access or grow their own food in a way that enhances our urban environment.

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VETAC - GREATER SUDBURY'S REGREENING PROGRAM
PO Box 500, Stn. A, 200 Brady St. Sudbury, ON P3A 5P3
In 2018 the City of Greater Sudbury celebrated the 40th anniversary of the  Regreening Program which has focused on rehabilitating Sudbury’s landscape and watersheds. From 1978 to 2017, over 3,400 hectares of land were limed and grassed and over 9.7 million trees have been planted. 

 
WE HAVE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!