For the local garden clubs and attendees, has become an annual tradition.
Saturday’s event ran from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and attracted a large crowd of attendees to Broad Street on a .
“We’ve been steadily busy, which is nice,” said Susan Sour, one of the principals of My Mother's Garden, which offered freshly cut flower arrangements.
There were several tents and kiosks representing area gardening clubs and non-profit organizations. Some attendees came to walk the street and browse the booths, while others came with a goal in mind.
Vendors all agreed they couldn’t have asked for a better day.
Betsy Lyons of the Grapevine Garden Club said their booth saw plenty of returning customers, who particularly look forward to taking home the club's tomato plants.
Lyons said the club grows heirloom tomatoes from organic seeds, which are quite successful in this climate.
“We have repeat customers who come back for our tomatoes,” she said.
The Sewickley Civic Garden Council hosted the 47th annual community plant and flower market.
Proceeds help to support local parks and green spaces as well as other community service projects and initiatives.