Several tents sold ready-made miniature fairy gardens and small decorations with which to customize them.
Easy-to-grow mini succulents priced from $2 to $4 each were popular purchases.
Elemental Nursery based in Kissimmee sold a variety of discounted bonsai and juniper trees in Asian-themed pots.
Colorful wind chimes made from recycled stained glass were sold by Carol Frey (right), and Terri Cosner – the mother-daughter team behind Waters Edge Creation.
Windermere residents Gavin Hatch (right), and Patrick Santos deliberate on which plants to purchase.
Four-year-old Peyton Junod sniffs a small pouch of dried lavender from Seminole Springs Herb Farm.
Seminole Springs Herb Farm’s tent, manned by Mike Christian and Tracie Anderson, was a popular vendor.
on Wysochansky holds up a Peregrine Falcon named Spartacus belonging to the Avian Reconditioning Center.
An Eastern Screech Owl from the Avian Reconditioning Center caught the attention and adoration of many passers-by.
The event also featured a kids zone section filled with family-friendly activities. Stilt walker Lisa Scott expertly crafted balloon animals for children.
Brother and sister Colton and Chloe Crain show off the freshly painted art on their faces.
Children took the opportunity to feel what it's like to hop on a motorcycle courtesy of the Bikers Against Child Abuse organization.
Justin Petrak, Jessica Stroup and Mikayla Blosmo from West Orange High School’s Future Farmers of America chapter brought live reptiles and animals to educate children.
Top row: Zoe Farr, Amelia Sauls, Jessica Stroup and Mikayla Blosmo. Bottom row: Marcus Lundine, Justin Petrak and William Ortiz.
Four-year-old Lira Spence enjoyed playing in the Dino Dig area of the kid zone section.
Winter Garden resident Rachel Desando and Sasha Bloch purchased orchids from a local vendor.
Thousands meandered through the many booths showcasing varieties of flora and handmade garden decor.
Indiana-based company Deerpark Concrete sold unique handmade stone sculptures for the garden.
Several attendees splurged on the lovely plants and flowers and brought wagons to neatly pile their purchases, such as Tricia hill from Clermont.