World Rose Festival’s Marketplace

An exciting variety of exhibitors will be showcasing and selling the latest plants and products. Under one roof you can find just about anything about the Rose and about gardening, including plants, photography, garden accents, books, supplies, and landscape services.

Marketplace Exhibitor Website
Adamson's Heritage Nursery and
American Rose Society
Anne Talbot Kelly Garden Designs
Artists 4 the Cure
Avant Gardener
Baroness Ashley Hats
Blackford Design
BC Council of Garden Clubs
BC Landscape & Nursery Association
Burns Bog Conservation Society
Butchart Gardens
Canadian Association of Retired People
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Cannor Nursery
CKNW (Remote broadcast on Saturday!)
Collective Stone  
Crabtree & Evelyn
David Hunter Garden Centers
Forevergreen Landscaping & Weed Control
Fraser Valley Orchid Society
Friends of UBC Botanical Garden
GardenWise Magazine
GardenWorks (tm)
GR Distributors  
Green Mountain Hammocks
Healing By the Sea Chiropractic Center
Heritage Perennials
Higher Ground Landscaping  
Hunter Landscape Design / Selections Nursery Supply
Kordes ® Roses
Ladybug Landscaping & Services
Lee Valley Tools
Linda Paterson Jewelry
Master Gardeners Association of BC
Me & Mom's Hats
Northwest Landscape & Stone Supply
Pan American Nursery Products Inc.
Phoenix Perennials
Practical Design
Rainforest Pottery
Ray Lachance's Handcrafted Gardens

Rose Art by Chen Yu-hua of China

Select Roses
Society for Organic Urban Land Care
SunPod Greenhouses
The Flower Frog
Tuscan Farm Gardens
University of British Columbia Bookstore

The Vancouver Courier
Vancouver Rose Society (and its onsite store)
Winged Weeder @ Klipper Distributing
Zeller and Sons

The list of marketplace vendors will be constantly updated so return often to see who is going to be at the Festival.

The Marketplace will be open on:

Marketplace Exhibitors

Find out about exhibiting opportunities on the Exhibit page and by contacting:

Rosemary Casson
Sponsorship and Exhibits

Roses and Goods Crossing Borders

Traveling to the World Rose Festival from the United States? Anyone buying live plants to take from Canada into the U.S. must have their purchases inspected by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Live plants will be issued a Phytosanitary Certificate that will allow transport across the border. Please plan your visit accordingly: the CFIA will be provide this service at the World Rose Festival from 14:00 to 17:00 ONLY, on Saturday, June 20 and Sunday, June 21. The cost is $12.15 per inspection.

If you are an exhibitor who needs to bring flowers and goods cross the Canadian border, visit Crossing Borders for more information. If you are interested in exhibiting at the World Rose Show (that is part of the World Rose Convention 2009), visit Roses Crossing Borders for more information.