Everything else seed related!!

​Vendors listed here will have a variety of items for sale, including: 

  • Devices for growing sprouts

  • Crafts

  • Equipment for seed starting – greenhouse tools, shelves, etc.

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Heartwood Farm & Cidery


We are the humble and careful stewards of a 42-acre farm, where we raise cows, pigs, chickens and bees, and grow apples, maple trees, and other fruit and nut trees. We have chosen the practice of Regenerative Farming for our land in an effort to maintain the healthiest soil, water systems, agriculture and livestock possible. We inspire regenerative connections through our hand-crafted products and on-farm experiences.


What we sell: hard (alcoholic) cider, maple syrup, honey, grass-fed beef. Also, we have a variety of on-farm experiences that we’ll launch when we’re able to, even with small groups.


Website and online store: www.heartwoodfarm.ca.

Nourish by 10C


Nourish by 10C is a community kitchen located in the heart of downtown Guelph. Nourish is a kitchen that supports 10C and community partners improve well-being, reduce food insecurity and foster meaningful relationships. It is a shared kitchen that facilitates food programming found upon our 7 core principles. 



Royal City Nursery
Royal City Nursery


Making life beautiful naturally, in the Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge area for 59 years!  Royal City Nursery is a third generation full service garden centre, including seeds, houseplants, trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials and more!   Visit our Tsuga boutique for a full line of womens fashion.  Open six days a week in March, with covid protocols in place for in-store shopping.  We are passionate about helping you enjoy your best lifestyle - indoors or out! .    



Guelph Community Gardens Program 

Community gardens are located on parcels land used by neighbourhood residents to grow their own vegetables, herbs, pollinator flowers and / or fruit.  They are primarily used in areas where residents do not have any (or suitable) yard space to grow their own gardens. In a community garden, residents are granted a plot to grow organic vegetables and flowers. Residents share in the establishment, maintenance and rewards of the garden


Since it was launched in 2010, it has “grown” to 45 gardens, consisting of 33 Community Gardens and 12 Pollinator Gardens.


For more information you can visit the website https://guelph.ca/living/recreation/parks/community-and-pollinator-gardens/ , or contact us at CommunityGardens@guelph.ca.

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