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Celebrate the Season at Greenstreet Gardens Fall Festival

Take a short drive through the back roads of South County to Greenstreet Gardens – a full service garden center, pottery, and gift shop.

Owned by husband and wife, Ray and Stacy Greenstreet, Greenstreet Gardens is your catch-all for everything gardening with a few extra perks. Offering annuals, perennials, seasonal flowers, foliage, trees, succulents, and so much more – it is easy to leave with a carload of fun finds.

Greenstreet Gardens is a year-round operation, growing all kinds of plants from ageratum to zinnia for both wholesale and retail customers. They utilize existing Quonset houses from earlier days, and have constructed a 70,000 sq-foot state-of-the-art greenhouse equipped with all the latest technology to both grow and ship our plants.

Greenstreet Gardens

At Greenstreet Gardens, they take pride in the fact that their number one goal is to make customers successful. Equipped with a diverse wealth of information and a knowledgeable staff, Greenstreet is confident they can supply all of the right tools and plant materials necessary to help make your gardening ideas become reality.

Greenstreet Gardens

Looking for a family fun? Well, they have it too! Greenstreet Gardens hosts countless family-friendly seasonal events, including a huge Fall Festival. Visitors can enjoy a fun day on the farm with numerous fall activities for all ages such as a six acre corn maze, jumping pillow, and more. You and the kids are sure to go home happy and full of fall spirit!

Fall Festival is back and even better than ever! Experience family fun on the farm! Get lost in a six-acre corn maze, experience the underground slide and explore the new woodlands. Hop aboard the cow train and enjoy the beauty of a hay ride through the fall countryside. Jump on a pillow and into the corn box. Get your face and hair painted, check out the tire tower and more.

The Fall Festival is open Saturdays and Sundays from September 22 – October 28 from 10:30 am – 5:00 pm.

 

Videography and photos courtesy of Patrick McNamara of Drawn to the Image.

Kat Spitzer, Blogger
Kat Spitzer

Kat Spitzer is the author of The Happy Hypochondriac and The Happy Hypochondriac Survives World Travel. She also writes the Happy Hypochondriac humor blog at www.happyhypochondriac.com. She is a columnist and freelancer for various newspapers and magazines, and is currently working on her third book. Kat is also the owner and instructor of Miss Dawson’s School for Well-Mannered Individuals, an etiquette program in Annapolis (www.MissDawsons.com). She graduated from Vanderbilt University and Vermont Law School, and lives in Annapolis with her husband and two children.