Thank you to the Centre Furnace Mansion Gardeners, Volunteers, Vendors and shoppers that participated in the 2021 Plant Celebration!
Gardeners and shoppers didn’t let the cold, wet weather stop them from getting out to join us for the Plant Celebration at the Centre Furnace Mansion on May 9! We were happy to welcome back this Mansion tradition and would like to thank the following volunteers for their contribution of time during the planning and preparation for the sale, for plant donations and for their hard work on the day of the event!
Boy Scout Troop #34
Rachel Killoren Corp
Susan Toby Evans
Lenore and Wayne Foster
Win and Pat Hock
Just Serve Elders
Just Serve Sisters
Penn State Master Gardeners
2021 PARTICIPATING PLANT CELEBRATION VENDORS
Perennials and Native plants from the CFM gardens and donations from CFM Gardener’s personal gardens.
Rose Franklin’s Perennials
We specialize in growing plants which attract hummingbirds and butterflies to the garden. During the summer months, we also offer monarch eggs, caterpillars, and pupae.
Meadowsweet Native Plant Farm
Our native plants are ideal for creating backyard habitats for wildlife, as well as enhancing butterfly and hummingbird gardens. We specialize in native herbaceous perennials & shrubs.
Note Cards by Esther Del Rosso
Notecards created from watercolor paintings of plants, flowers, local scenes, views of beaches and scenic views of Ireland.
Shuey’s Market & Greenhouse
Annuals, bedding plants, sometimes vegetables and beautiful hanging baskets.
The Rock Garden Nursery
The Rock Garden now focuses on growing native perennials. We are a small local nursery, growing plants since 2001.
Go Native Tree Farm
We are proud to offer the largest selection of Eastern native woody plant species available anywhere. We continue to add new species and have increased our growing capacity.
Common Ground Organic Farm
At Common Ground Farm we grow nutritious organic produce for our local community. We are dedicated to the land, nurturing the soil, and acting as responsible stewards in our relationship with the earth and what it can provide.
An unpaid field hand on my son’s certified organic vegetable farm (Jade Family Farm) since retirement, I spend my time working on the farm and starting extra heirloom tomato plants.