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Fall Garden Market Sale!

Jane Johnson, our head Grower, wants your Fall Garden and Pots to look Beautiful! So she is slashing prices before we even start the fall sale!   Chrysanthemum, Asters and Brassica Quarts  for  $9.95 for 3 (regularly $5.95 each) 10 inch pots  for  $10.95 (regularly $14.00 each) 17 inch pots  for  $29.95  (regularly $49.95 each) […]

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Temperatures are Falling!…Let’s Have a SALE!

Jane Johnson, Our Head Grower, has assembled a wonderful FALL assortment of plants for your gardens. Our color, bloom time, and form-selected Mum and Aster collections are starting their beautiful display of colors. Many varieties are hardy if planted in September into the ground.   Her signature Kale, Cabbage, Swiss Chards, and Feathery Greens are resplendent with […]

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Infant Welfare Showhouse & Gardens

Six great reasons to see the Infant Welfare Showhouse and Gardens between April 29 – May 21 this year. As designers, we love to collect. “Ooooooh, look!” Our travels bring us to curious treasures we can’t resist, so we bring them home. Some live with us in our studio, nursery, and garden. Others we secret […]

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Join us at Elawa Farm’s Holiday Market

December 2-4 Friday and Saturday from 10am – 4pm Sunday from noon-4pm We’ll have one-of-a-kind holiday decor at Elawa’s Holiday Market! Come discover gems from Craig’s ever-changing collection of signature plants and nature-inspired items, like antique garden ornaments, wreaths, pots, garden tools, whirligigs and other curiosities. Bring home the best treasures of the season while supporting Elawa […]

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Sharing History and Stewardship with Elawa Farm

  The connection between our property and Elawa Farm goes back 100 years, when they were both part of the same Armour family estate. The location of our studio and gardens were the coach and gate houses; Elawa was the estate farm. Though the property was divided long ago, we remain closely tethered by our […]

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Garden Market at Highwood’s Evening Gourmet Farmer’s Market starting July 3

The Garden Market on the road will be joining Highwood’s Evening Gourmet Farmer’s Market throughout July starting on Wednesday July 3rd. Highwood, with its interesting variety of restaurants and bars, is a great place to have an evening market. Located in Everts Park at 130 Highwood Avenue, it is family and pet-friendly. Dine, enjoy creative […]

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Craig Bergmann now at Mariano’s Fresh Market

Craig Bergmann will now be at Mariano’s Fresh Market in Arlington Heights, Vernon Hills, Palatine, Hoffman Estates, North Elston, Frankfort, and Harwood Heights. You will be able to find  succulents and seasonal delights from Craig Bergmann in the floral department of the best new grocery stores – if that is even an apt name for these wonderful food palaces! You can now […]

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Intrinsic Perennial Gardens at the Garden Market

Intrinsic Perennial Gardens, Inc. will be at the Garden Market on Wednesday, June 5 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Intrinsic, a wholesale container nursery growing mainly one gallon perennials, will have some of their wonderful plants including ferns, shrubs and vines available. Intrinsic is know for  developing perennials for the Midwest that last through our hot summers […]

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Garden Market open Saturday June 1 & 8

The Garden Market is open this Saturday, June 1 & next Saturday, June 8 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (in addition to the usual Wednesdays from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm).  The Garden Market is located at the Craig Bergmann Nursery on Delaney Road just north of 173 in Wadsworth. June is bustin’ out […]

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Additional Dates for Garden Market at the Nursery

The Garden Market is adding additional open days at the Nursery location in Wadsworth. We will be open on Wednesdays – May 29 & June 5 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and – for the first time – Saturdays – June 1 & 8 from 9:00 am  –  2:00 pm. The plants are “popping” […]

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