152nd Children Fair Garden Shop Recap

As co-chair of the Garden Shop at the Children’s Fair I would like to thank the volunteers who staged the garden area. I would also like to thank local gardeners for sharing plants from their gardens.
Without plants, the Garden shop would be just a collection of tables.
A special thanks to the businesses that over the years have been most generous with their donations. I encourage everyone to pay them a visit.

Amazing Flower Farm – Website Link

202 Poor Farm Road,New Ipswich NH 03071
Amazing Flowers
Ara has a great collection of hanging baskets

Mason Brook Nursery – Website Link

487 Churchill Rd, Mason NH 03048
Plants, mulch and wood pellets!

Mike Ordway
You may have heard him providing entertainment at the Fair near the Hayrides

Mason Brook greenhouse

Mason Hollow Nursery – Website Link

47 Scripps Lane, Mason NH, 03048
Sue Anderson (right) owner with customer. Mason Hollow specializes in Hostas

My co-chair Chuck Anderson has an encyclopedic knowledge of plants

I enjoy some sorbet at a open house held at Mason Hollow

NH Daylily – Website Link

48 Mason Road, New Ipswich, NH 03071
 Our farm is located at 48 Mason Road in New Ipswich, NH. A circa 1800 farmhouse, known in the history books as the Davis-Russell House, was a gift to us from our dear friend, Bud, when he passed away in 2007. His parents, Al and Gladys Hobbs purchased the property in the late 1950’s. Al had a passion for daylilies.

Cathy and Gary Johnson


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